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Coisas para fazer em Poznań

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Praça
“A lot to see but also a great place to have a meal or few drinks with family and friends.”
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Parque
“This is Poznań’s largest park, situated in the city center. It only became an urban park after 1945; previously it belonged to a village near Poznań. This area contains the remains of a former Prussian fortress from the partition times; the fortress now houses the Museum of Armaments as well as the Army Museum ‘Poznań’. Moreover, a large number of historically significant sculptures are located in the Citadel Park. The park has a large open space where concerts are often held.”
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Shopping
“It is actually a big shopping center but it is also strictly related to culture because many cultural events take place there, it has one of the greatest designs in Poznan and the park just in front is the most famous one among tourists and citizens. During summer there is an open bar there and You can unwind on one of many sunbeds or make a picnic under the tree admiring the view to great design of Stary Browar building.”
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Shopping
“extraordinary design, interior, atmosphere, connection with art, good restaurants and shops”
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Museum
“a MUST SEE!// ZOBACZ KONIECZNIE! Brama Poznania to interaktywne muzeum, które opowiada historię kolebki państwa polskiego- Ostrowa Tumskiego-zlokalizowanej w najstarszej części miasta, nad rzeką Cybiną, wyspy. Obszar zajmuje specjalnie zaprojektowany kompleks obiektów: modernistyczny budynek główny i zrewitalizowaną Śluzę Katedralną pozostałość umocnień na Ostrowie z czasów pruskiego panowania. //Porta Posnania tells a story of Ostrow Tumski- a small island which is believed to be the cradle of the polish state, using various multimedia and interactive presentations. The history spans over a period of more than a millennium. It is located in the oldest part of Poznan where the Warta and the Cybina rivers cross. Porta Posnania design consists of the main, modernist style building and the restored Cathedral Lock, which was once a part of Prussian fortifications system. ”
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Shopping
“The largest shopping mall in Eastern Europe over 100000m2. Variety of shops, restaurants, ATM's ,banks, coffe shops, restaurants and cinema.”
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Jardim
“The Palm Garden is located in a very nice park where You can take a short walk and than go inside to drink a cup of coffee admiring many exotic plants. There are two huge parrots and snakes and koi carps there. It is very hot inside so You had better take a short sleeve. Sometimes cat exhibitions take place in there.”
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Bairro
“ You can take a recreation by walking, look at beautiful region and drink coffee or eat something near a lake.”
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Natural Feature
“This lake is located by the Warta River – one of Poland’s biggest rivers. It is a popular recreational spot for all kinds of activities; it contains a regatta track, an artificial ski slope, an ice rink, a zoo, plus many other attractions. Moreover, Lake Malta has hosted several world-wide sport events, such as the world championships in kayaking or rowing. Great spot all year round.”
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Shopping
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Museum
“Muzeum posiada m.in. unikatowy zbiór portretów trumiennych, bogatą kolekcję malarstwa polskiego (Młoda Polska) i europejskiego. Znajduje się tu najcenniejsza w Polsce kolekcja malarstwa hiszpańskiego, a także jedyny w Polsce obraz Moneta „Plaża w Pourville”.”
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Natural Feature
“Miejsce czynne również w dzień. Fajne, by posiedzieć przy piwku na leżaku. The place is also open during the day. It's nice to sit by the beer on a deck chair”
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Route
“The Cathedral Island (Pol. Ostrów Tumski) is famous for being one of the first settlements of the Piast dynasty. The basilica’s underground contains the original Piast church from the 10th century, where you will find a real historical gem – the tombs of the first rulers of the country: Mieszko I and his son, who was Poland’s first king, Boleslaw the Brave. Nearby, you will find the Heritage Center of Cathedral Island ‘Brama Poznania’. The island is connected to the main city area with two bridges named after Poland’s first rulers buried on the island. It is worth visiting the island for its wonderful landscape as well.”
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Point of Interest
“during the summer, every Saturday there is the "Breakfast Market", take the blanket and eat breakfast on the grass, play with friends. Park has a lots of small rivers and lakes.”
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Zoo
“Zoo. Proper zoo, with animals inside, well located, quiet and nice place for a walk.”
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Opera House
“Designed by German architect Max Littmann, and inaugurated in 1910 with The Magic Flute (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart), the Grand Theatre in Poznań is a main opera stage in Greater Poland Voivodeship currently directed by Michał Znaniecki. The façade of the building is a huge portico that was built according to the rules of classical architecture of ancient Rome. Dozens of monumental steps are bordered by two sculptures: on the left, a woman riding a lion; and on the right, a man handling a panther. At the top of the staircase stand six massive Ionic columns with a triangular tympanum surmounted by a Pegasus statue, a symbol of the building. To the east is the former restaurant pavilion and to the west is a separate entrance for the emperor. The interior consists of beautifully decorated halls, foyers and other rooms, crystal chandeliers, and rich wall decorations.”
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