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It's fortunate that Wroclaw's Town Hall survived the ravages of Poland's tumultuous history; the same cannot be said of other cities' town halls (e.g. Krakow). Wroclaw's Town Hall has an imposing roof, with multiple towers. Inside, the ground floor has a beautiful vaulted ceiling, though...More
The outside of the town hall is impressive with its statutes and clocks and is worth going to see but the inside isn't - pay to go in and wander around a few rooms with some random stuff in them with a few descriptions. Stay...More
Decided to visit as we are staying around the corner. The Xmas Market is based around the town hall. 15pln each to enter, nothing written In English, so had to just guess from the photos. Walked around it in literally 15 mins. Great detail in...More
This building looks great from the outside so decided to take a look at the inside. We were a little disappointed as there were lots of photographs that had only the description in Polish so we didn’t understand what they were about. There are a...More
The Gothic Town Hall of Wrocław stands at the center of the city’s Market Square (rynek). Built from the 13th century is one of the main landmarks of the city. The town hall serves the city of Wroclaw and is used for civic and cultural...More
It is my understanding the public records for at least the region are located in the town hall. This was conveyed to me by a local tour guide the records of locations such as Mangersdorf were sent there post world war II for... More
It is my understanding the public records for at least the region are located in the town hall. This was conveyed to me by a local tour guide the records of locations such as Mangersdorf were sent there post world war II for safe keeping and it is also my understanding that there are English speaking people available to assist with research. I am not sure how you can contact them. Hope this helps!