Panorama Raclawicka, Wroclaw

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A painting of the Battle of Racławice, Panorama Raclawicka surrounds you with images of the Kościuszko Uprising. Although the trend in panoramic art commemorating battles died off with the advent of film, the images capture scenes so you can examine them for a longer period, allowing for the appreciation of real-life details. The attraction is easy to recognize from the street by the distinctive round shape of the building. Arrange your visit to Panorama Raclawicka and discover more family-friendly attractions in Wroclaw using our Wroclaw online day trip planner.
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  • This painting is enormous and incredible. I love how it looks 3-D. This is definitely worth seeing! The story of how it came to be is great. 
    This painting is enormous and incredible. I love how it looks 3-D. This is definitely worth seeing! The story of how it came to be is great.  more »
  • It is a 30 min audio tour (audios in other languages available) which looks at the detail of this enormous painting. There's also a 15-20 min animation downstairs (easily missed - near the toilets... 
    It is a 30 min audio tour (audios in other languages available) which looks at the detail of this enormous painting. There's also a 15-20 min animation downstairs (easily missed - near the toilets...  more »
  • Truly breathtaking experience. Enormous panorama representing Battle of Racławice, led by Tadeusz Kościuszko during the Kościuszko's Insurrection in 1794 against Russian Empire, wanting to break... 
    Truly breathtaking experience. Enormous panorama representing Battle of Racławice, led by Tadeusz Kościuszko during the Kościuszko's Insurrection in 1794 against Russian Empire, wanting to break...  more »
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  • It is a unique experience. My first impression was... this is it???? You won't get much out of it if you don't listen to the commentary. But if you do, and you have even the faintest interest in history, I think you will enjoy it (with the commentary). The ticket also gets you into the national museum nearby.
  • You would of thought then in XXI Century Of modern visual technology this 150 years old painting is thing of the past. Nothing more wrong. 15 meters high and 120 meters long art With its 3 dimensional setting is amazing sight. I have been there twice lately and half an hour tour is always to short to me I could stay there and enjoy this enormous piece of art for much longer...and inhale historic insurrection battle between Poles and Russians near Raclawice.
  • Well worth a visit. Audio guides for different languages. Truly amazing and gives great insight into a small chunk of polish history. Would only be better if everyone had audio tours instead of set specific tour start and end times.
  • The painting makes a monumental impression. Its size is impressive. During the tour, you can listen to the description of individual scenes. Half an hour (this is how long the tour takes) is by no means too much to admire this work of art.
  • Superb 360° panoramic artwork of 1724 battle in Wroclaw. Hard to tell where real land in front of you merges with the painting and you really feel you are there. highly recommended

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