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The city’s attractions

Gorzów Wielkopolski is a city located on seven hills that offers both, rich variety of historic sites and beautiful green areas for lovers of nature.

Main attractions of the city include:



The Jan Dekert Lubuskie Museum is the oldest museum in Lubuskie Province. It is located at 35 Warszawska Street in Gorzów Wielkopolski.

The building is representative of eclecticism, rare architectural style also known as the Berlin Neo-baroque.

Currently the villa houses the following permanent exhibitions: Pewterer, Treasures and Drawing Room.

Cathedral of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary the oldest church in Gorzów Wielkopolski was erected at the end of 13th century.

The cathedral was built in line with the principles of Christian tradition - the altar is on the east side and the main entrance on the west side of the church.

The church emanates with Gothic architecture but certain elements of the Romanesque style can be found there as well.

Titanic is a modern building erected in 2002 that houses a number of offices and a bank.

It is located at the very entrance to the centre of Gorzów Wielkopolski, on the side of Staromiejski Bridge.

It was built on extremely narrow and diagonal street which makes it an architectural curiosity. It was named Titanic thanks to its distinguishing and modern shape.

The Henryk Siemiradzki Park was coming into existence from 1869 to 1908. It is located in the vicinity of the centre of Gorzów Wielkopolski, on the hills surrounding the Old Town.

Total area of the park is nearly 10 hectares. The park is famous for, among others, its observation deck, amphitheatre and so-called "Stairway to nowhere".

Its stunning beauty spots are perfect to admire the panorama of the city.

The above pictures have been downloaded from Wikipedia
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