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The capital of Lower Silesia is located on the Oder river, in the center of the Silesian Lowland.
The pearl of Wrocław is definitely the Market Square – one of the largest in Europe, with the town hall being one of the most important monuments of gothic bourgeois architecture in Poland. The most valuable facilities include: the university building with the Baroque Leopoldin Aula and Oratorium Marianum, the Ossolineum, the monuments of Ostrów Tumski and the Sand Island (XIII-XVI century) and the renovated Centennial Hall with the Cognitive Center. It is also worth seeing the Panorama Racławicka or the latest attractions, such as the stadium and Humanitarium.

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Wrocław – the capital of Lower Silesia

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