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GoPoland!: Where to Go: Poznan: Sights

Town Hall
Look up when you view the Town Hall and you might see the two mascots of Poznan butting heads. Originally Gothic, the Hall owes its current look to the Italian designer Battista who touched it up in the 16th century.
Market Square
If you're looking at the Town Hall, you've found the Market Square. Destroyed in WWII and rebuilt since, it serves as an excellent example of what a town square should be.
Dzialynski Palace
Don't leave the Square without enjoying the immense palace on its western side which nursed Polish culture along under the Partitions.
Raczynski Library
Liberally donated by Count Raczynski to the city of Poznan, this Louvre-look-alike library elegantly borders Plac Wolnosci.
Bamberta
Last but not least, take a dip from the well of Bamberta.
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