One of the must-see places in Poznań is Plac Wolności. This place is especially for the inhabitants of Wielkopolska, but also for Poland. It was here that the Greater Poland Uprising in 1918 began.
Church of St. Anny is a former Evangelical church built in the Neo-Gothic style on a Greek cross plan (three-nave). In my personal opinion, it makes a phenomenal impression.
In the years 2020 – 2021, the Łazarski Market (pol. Rynek Łazarski) underwent a huge metamorphosis. From a traditional city market to a modern futuristic facility.
On December 9-11, 2022, the next edition of the Poznań Ice Festival took place in Poznań at the Poznań International Fair. This year, 24 sculptors from all over the world participated in the competition.
In 2021, the Christmas Market in Poznań (Poznańskie Betlejem) didn’t take place in the Old Market Square. In this respect, Poznań is said to be one of the few.
Nierozpoznani (i.e. Unrecognized) is a group of sculptures by Magdalena Abakanowicz located in the central part of the Poznań Cytadela Park.
Poznań is the city where street art is very popular and you can find it everywhere. Often in places you never suspect.
Fryderyk Chopin Park (pol. Park Fryderyka Chopina) is located on the back of the Fara and the Poznań City Hall. From this park you can also quickly walk to many other interesting places such as:
Golem is one of the most interesting Poznań monuments.
Today I have prepared for you a list of Monuments in Poznań that I think are worth seeing. It will be a subjective list and it will definitely be updated over time.
Wilda, Jeżyce and Łazarz are 3 districts in Poznań (in the Poznań dialect Fyrtle), which are worth visiting while in Poznań.
Ostrów Tumski (known as the Cathedral Island) is the last remaining island on the Warta River within Poznań.