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Wroclaw Town Hall, Wroclaw

Categories: Government Buildings, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
4.7/5 based on 460+ reviews on the web
Each room of Wroclaw Town Hall gives you a different perspective of the building's role in the city's history. The town hall features an ornate facade with multiple spires as well as a clock with golden numbers on the east side of the building. It almost seems pieced together, as multiple additions and renovations have occured through the years. The grand hall and many of the offices are open to the public, but some of the administrative rooms are still in use and, thus, off limits. Public rooms provide information cards with detailed descriptions of the methods and materials used to build the structure. Temporary exhibits with visiting artifacts, such as a silver collection or artwork, fill a few rooms. The main rooms are free for the public; temporary exhibits ask a small fee. Put Wroclaw Town Hall into our Wroclaw trip generator and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • You have to see just the Town Hall of Wrocław. The whole city is beautiful and if you have opportunity, you should pay a visit to Wroclaw and are looking for the Dwarfs, which are hidden in the city.
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  • A great piece of architecture to observe. Really stunning and an amazing roofline. Worth a stop to see a unique building. 
  • One of the most beautiful landmarks, not only of daughters, not only from Poland! The architectural artwork in new, attractive light appear laääst each perspective, each light ratio. Inside: the Museum of bourgeois art.
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  • Beautiful building. Excellent Square to enjoy some food while marveling this beautiful structure.
  • Really beautiful building.
  • Wspaniały budynek.
  • Nice place for photo with clocks
  • Impressive
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