The historic and beautiful town halls city in Poland
Polish town halls were traditionally built in the centre of a town or in the middle of a town square. Their main function was to be a seat of local government. The town halls were a symbol of freedom, wealth and city importance. Beautifully decorated with precise finish façade elements, they contain vital links to the culture of a town.
Beautiful Polish Town Halls:
- Wroclaw’s Town Hall ranks among the finest town halls in Europe.
- Poznan’s glorious Town Hall is the most valuable Renaissance architecture monuments in Central Europe.
- Tarnow’s Town Hall is a 15th century building, originally constructed in the Gothic style and remodelled at the end of the 16th century in a classic Renaissance manner.
- Stunning Town Hall in Zamosc has 52-metre-high tower and monumental curved stairway, which were built in the second half of the 18th century.