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sights of Wroclaw



Town named after the czech prince Vratislav I, or Wroclav I in polish, whose governance was marked by annexation of Silesia (south-western part of today´s Poland) to the Czech Kingdom. Until the end of 16th century Wroclav was the most important merchant town of Lands of the Bohemian Crown and you can still see in the heraldry of Wroclav czech national symbol – white lion – today. In the 18th century Wroclav was annexed to Prussia and during the 19th century became one of the most important german towns. That time in Wroclav lived the ingenious chessplayer Adolf Anderssen, the best chess master worldwide during sixties and seventies of the 19th century. He is well famous for his immortal game with Lionel Kieseritzky in London, 1851. There is still Anderssen´s grave in the Osobowicki Cemetery in Wroclaw.

Wroclaw is one of the most beautiful cities of Polland today.

The square in Wroclaw is one of the biggest medieval places in Europe

Town hall


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