Krolowej Jadwigi street is the main promenade in Inowroclaw. This is a street mainly reserved for pedestrians. It is located in a heart of the town and going from the main market square.You may find some good examples of the nice architecture of Inowroclaw (tenements), as well as a wive variety of shops, bars, cafes etc.more
The other church in Inowroclaw that can take pride in its medieval origin is the late Gothic parish church of St Nicholas. It is a three-aisled church that had been reconstructed many times. After huge damages suffered during the Teutonic invasions in 1431, it was built virtually from scratch and today it is not certain what it had looked like...more
Another valuable historical building is the garrison church of St Barbara and St Maurice, the work of Marian Andrzejewski and local builder Franciszek Dzwikowski, which refers to the Classicist style. Its rarity lies in the characteristic dome of the church that resembles a soldierís helmet. In the church interior one can see several plaques...more
In 2002 the citizens of Inowroc³aw celebrated the 100th anniversary of the consecration of the largest church in the town, namely, the church of the Annunciation of the Virgin Mary, erected in the years 1898-1900 on the initiative of the Rev. Antoni Laubitz and designed by the Berlin - based architect August Rincklake. The neo-Romanesque church is...more
This is the oldest and most valuable historic building of Inowroc³aw is the Romanesque church of the Virgin Mary, erected in the late twelfth century and founded by Duke Leszek, grandson of Boles³aw the Wrymouthed. This aisleless oriented church with a chancel closed by the apse and a two-tower western edifice, was the largest reduced basilica...more
In the “Wprost” weekly Polish spa rating, made in 2005 by the independent expert Professor Zdzis³aw Krasiñski, Inowroc³aw was 8 out of the overall number of 75 spas. It achieved better results than such famous spas as Rabka, Konstancin and Wieliczka. The assessment criteria included such factors as: the quality of therapeutic materials (water,...more
The low-stimulus lowland climate of Inowroclaw neighbourhoods is not a burden for patients with circulatory insufficiency and exerts a positive effect on the rehabilitation process of heart diseases and cardiac infarct. The climate is also conducive to the treatment of rheumatic diseases and supports the locomotor system rehabilitation. At present,...more
Inowroclaw in the inter-war period became one of the most popular Polish spas, frequently visited by foreigners coming here for treatment. It also became fashionable among Polish intellectual elites; famous politicians, actors or sportsmen used to come to Inowroclaw, to mention only Prime Minister Wladys³aw Grabski, general Wladys³aw Sikorski and...more
Since 1915 in the newly opened mineral water pump room the “Kujawianka” mineral water appeared that was taken from a local mining spring. The importance of the spa of Inowroc³aw was further increased due to the patronage of the German Emperor and Empress.Prosperity period occurred during the times of the Second Republic of Poland. The spa, honoured...more
Inowroclaw is known as a popular resort spa in Poland.Doctor of Law Zygmunt Wilkonski and barristers – Samuel Hoeniger and Oskar Triepcke were the founders and main shareholders of the “Solanki Inowroclawskie” joint stock company which was registered in the Royal County Court in Inowroclaw on May 4th 1875. The company purchased areas from the town...more
The name "Roze, fiolki i aniolki" means "Roses, violets and angels". Quite nice name as for a restaurant.:o) In fact, the restaurant is said to be of the nicest and best in the town. It looks really nice. It has a unique and sofisticated interior that makes the atmosphere of the place. I didn't try the food as the restaurant was just about to be...more
Arenka is one of the most popular place with local people. This is quite nice bar serving both, beverages and food. This is a safe place and one of few to open till late. However, the toilet is outside and during winter or rain may be not convinient to go there... Arenka serves Lech beer. Probably the best food what you may have here are really...more
Inowroclaw is really nice place and made a huge impression on me as I haven't thought that it may be so interesting and has so many great places and monumental buildings. However, it still needs renovations and much money. It is not nice to see such buildings near the main monuments like one of the church...
The greatest number of examples of burgher houses date back to the late nineteenth century and the first half of the twentieth century; they were erected in the then fashionable style of neo-historicism.
At Solankowa Street, featuring original buildings and an exquisite artistic taste, we can see the house of merchant Julian Dreus, which refers to the romanticism and neo-Gothic style, the neo-Renaissance villa of a well deserved builder from Inowroc³aw, Kazimierz Przyluski, the "burgher palace" in the Italian neo-Renaissance style that will be the seat of the Jan Kasprowicz Museum, the house representing the Dutch Renaissance, where Stanislaw Przybyszewski resided in 1927, and the "Bialy Dworek" (White Manor) guest house inspired by the Polish traditional style.
Favorite thing: In a resort's park you may observe plenty of places where birds has their houses. Just need to have your head up and observe trees.:o)