The last few days in Wroclaw were pretty beautiful. Lots of sun and people wandering around the city. Of course the Slodowa Island was the perfect spot for students but you could enjoy the market square or other places with the same sunny attitude.
After exiting my home I couldn't resist to take few spring
photographs somewhere around Piekna Street.
My actual trip started from the church of St. Stanislaw Kostka.
It has a really beautiful stained glass.
Then I entered the Railway Station.
It is newly renovated building (293 million PLN investment !) and right now Wroclaw can be proud of such railway station.
The station also has the surrounding grounds to match, with a green public square and dozens of benches plus two playful fountains.
After exiting the station i went to see the Anonymous Pedestrians Monument.Those bronze statues descending into the earth are based o Jerzy Kalina's temporary art installation set up in Warsaw in 1977. Original sculptures were stored in the Wroclaw
National Museum for 28 years.
Statues were re-cast in bronze and unveiled on the 24th anniversary of the introduction of martial law in Poland. According to one interpretation, the refreshed artwork is meant as a tribute to those who worked in underground organisations to undermine the regime.
Then I saw the Opera House
and finally - the Medieval Market Square
(You may read about it in my last post about Wroclaw)
I also couldn’t resist to join my friends who were grilling on Slodowa Island.
On my way I crossed the Wroclaw University building.
The island was a bit crowdy, but you can’t find a second place like that in Wroclaw when its full spring.
On the way back The University looked even more impressive.
Thank you for reading. Have a nice day!
Soon, i will post more, but this time about beautiful Scotland.