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ZAMEK Culture Centre is an interdisciplinary institution, presenting the most interesting phenomena of contemporary culture, in which the interwoven threads of visual arts, theatre, cinema, music and literature penetrate and complement one another...more
If you will like to walk in corridors and stairs, and sed nothing but the corridors and the stairs, this might be the place for you. If not - go there only when there is a concert there.
Else - there is nothing worth seeing,...More
This is supposed to be the Imperial Castle of Poznan,
There's a cafe, cinema and exposition area inside,
Aswell as a lot of cultural institutions.
Gardens are really nice to stroll around in,
And you are allowed to walk most of the corridors inside, which...More
One of the top 10 places worth visiting in Poznan. It can be seen from far away as it is situated close to a busy street. It's nice to see that most if not all the old buildings in Poznan have been renovated to some...More
This was one of the impressive buildings in the vicinity of the 1956 monument square which I walked past as I made my way towards the old town. It's worth a look if you're already close by and can be easily combined with some of...More
It was easy to confuse the Zamek Cultural Center, also known as the Imperial Palace of Kaiser William II, with the Philharmonic Symphony building across the street. Both looked like palaces - impressive 3 storey sandstone buildings with the same type of windows. Use the...More
For history buffs, forget the art and you can wander over three floors. There at plans on each level which inform you where you can freely go as a member of the public. If Speer did indeed copy some designs from Berlin here by the...More
Went to see the annual International press photography exhibit which was appearing at the time we were in town. I am not sure we would have bothered with the building otherwise.
But, it was a real joy to see. Nothing very historically important about the...More
I visited the place first time after a very long time of not being there.. EU money did its job... the place is really cool (especially in comparison with the "communist times"). Go there and check what is going on!