The Park of Stanislaw Tolpa (Park Stanisława Tołpy)

A small, but very charming park is located within three streets: Nowowiejska, Prusa and Edith Stein. This place for sure will satisfy all needs of park lovers as well as those who wish to walk a little bit among the trees and green grass and run away from the city traffic.

The park has been constructed in the period of 1902 -1907 and it has been pleasing its visitors for more than 100 years now.

Within the park you can find a small pond with a fountain and the small island, which is a remnant of the branch of the River Odra.

In the north-western part, there is a small hill located from which you can have a nice view for the entire area. Besides that just in front, there is the Faculty of Architecture, University of Technology and another worth visiting St. Archangel Michale Church.

You can sit on one of the bench, relax, observe the ducks and have your time of pleasure among the greenery. The place its worth to visit during spring time cause of trees bloom beautifully…

You can also camouflage yourself far away from the crowd, on the top of small hill, or just near by the pond with the with for architecure building,  with a bottle of beer or wine…and relax with your friends. However be careful as drinking in public places is not allowed:)

How to get there?

The park is located in the triangle of the three of the following streets: Nowowiejska, Prusa and Edith Stein. It is easy reachable by trams or buses from each of its sides.

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