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Situated in the oldest part of the city at Ostrów Tumski, the University of Wrocław’s botanical garden has rare plants and shows how they are cultivated. It was established in 1811 as a scientific institution, but is now open to the general public.
Do & See
Wroclaw has lots to see, including its town hall, widely regarded as one of the finest examples of Gothic architecture in central Europe, and the Hall of Lepoldin, in the University of Wroclaw, which has the largest Baroque interior in Poland. Art lovers can visit the numerous galleries, while visitors who want to enjoy leisurely walks can do so in the mighty Szczytnicki Park – one of a dozen or so parks in the city.