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Simply amazing architechture. The colours are impressive and make it worthwhile to see the Town Hall at different times of the day. Evening view is as impressive as if blue sky forms the background. I was also here during Christmas time which is also highly...More
The architecture of the old town hall showed how it had evolved over the centuries with addtions until the city administration in the 1800's finally outgrew its space and built a replacement elsewhere. It didn't matter to me that I was looking at a reconstruction...More
Partially destroyed by the bombing in World War II and then reconstructed as it was before, the City Hall generates two sensations much different: outside the gothic architecture is astonisnihg and romantic, inside you will be disenchanted and disappointed. The exhibition at ground floor is...More
Our two couples stayed in Wroclaw for one night as we traveled thru Poland. We didn't think there was much to see but decided to go thru the downtown the next morning and have been quite impressed by all of the different infrastructure, including their...More
At least in English, tourist attractions in Wroclaw sometimes have two or three names. We visited the old town hall partly because one of its names, "The Museum of Bourgeois Art." made us hope it might be a museum of art works censored by the...More
It is my understanding the public records for at least the region are located in the town hall. This was conveyed to me by a local tour guide the records of locations such as Mangersdorf were sent there post world war II for... More
It is my understanding the public records for at least the region are located in the town hall. This was conveyed to me by a local tour guide the records of locations such as Mangersdorf were sent there post world war II for safe keeping and it is also my understanding that there are English speaking people available to assist with research. I am not sure how you can contact them. Hope this helps!