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These building facades just set the tone for the main town square. They are very colorful and fully decorated in Renaissance style. altogether with the square itself and the soaring town hall make Zamosc a tourist hot spot,
Quite a small museum but enjoyable. There is a huge model of the old town of Zamosc that almost covers a whole room. When we went for a walk afterwards we were impressed by how much of the old town has been restored. Back to...More
This colourful buildings reminds old, good times of Zamośc, when it was a big, important town in this part of Poland and Europe, on the crossroads between East and West. Now quite calm, but still good-looking. Museum inside.
The Armenian Tenement Houses are the most beautiful of all of the beautiful buildings in the Old Town in Zamosc. These buildings now house a very nice museum with the history of the town of Zamosc. This place is definitely a must if you are...More
This is free entry on a Tuesday, and it's worth popping your head in. Lots of displays inside (the museum runs across three of the townhouses, so there's more inside than you might think).
Most of the displays are labelled bilingually in Polish and English,...More
Founded in 1580 by Jan Zamoyski, the Hetman (Head of the Army) of the Polish-Lithuania Commonwealth, Zamosc Starowka is one of the most beautiful Old town Squares in Poland.
The very wealthy Jan Zamoyski contracted the Italian architect, Bernardo Morando to design a city based...More