If you did not see the view from the tower Wrocław Cathedral take a look at the last blog post. The full name is Cathedral of St. John the Baptist in Wrocław. The first church was built in the mid 10th century at this place and later replaced by a larger basilican structure. That one was destroyed many times in many wars – lets hope this one will last a long time.
Only a minute away from the Cathedral is the Collegiate Church of the Holy Cross and St. Bartholomew. It was completed in autumn of the year 1287.
Weee the lock lady is hiding the key!
Detail from the University or as it is called here: Uniwersytet Wrocławski
The Salt Market at the Market Square
The market was founded according to Magdeburg law between 1214 and 1232 and it is one of the largest markets in Europe.
You can see St. Elizabeth’s Church in the back
Detail Wrocław Old Town Hall
The Gothic building is one of the main landmarks of the city and was built from the end of 13th century to the middle of 16th century.
Wrocław Old Town Hall
The next day in the afternoon my Poland Trip 2015 was almost over. Back into the small bus towards Opole
And changing into the big one at the eurobus station close to Opole. I wonder what people do when it rains. There is no roof and only one small toilet building. Looks like you have to stand with your bags in the rain for a while.