Szczytnicki Park

  Centennial Hall & Surrounds         more than a year ago
A stroll away from Centennial Hall and the colonnades of the Pergola puts you in Szczytnicki Park, the oldest and largest recreation space in the city. Covering some 100 hectares and laid out in 1783, the once well-groomed former estate park suffered devastation during the Napoleonic Wars and WWII and today largely resembles a natural landscape within the city borders. While there, keep your eyes peeled for the Japanese Garden and the small Church of St. John of Nepomuk - a marvellous 14th century wooden church moved to the park from the Opole region and miraculously undamaged during the war.


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