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[PL] Poznań secession buildings

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  • Micza
    Łazarska secesja

    District Łazarz (before the war: Święty Łazarz) in Poznań city is full of buildings in eclectic style and secession.

    Building in renovation, repeatedly flamed, intended for sale, called "Green Pearl"

    Niegolewskich street

    Matejki street

    The building of the Municipal office at Wyspiańskiego/Matejki Street near Wilsona Park

    on the Wyspiańskiego/Chełmońskiego street

    look on the Wyspiańskiego street

    Building Poznan radio "Merkury" 102.7 FM

    The buildings on the street Matejki are all the time renewed

    Building on the street Małeckiego by famous Market Łazarski


  • pzlotnik
    Poznań has a lot of such streets with mansions like that. When most of them will be renovated it would be wonderful place to visit.

    Most tourists don`t even know that there are such districts in Poznań, because this parts of Poznań are remote from Old Market. It`s a pity.

    That`s the part of Poznań I visited today:

    Wyspiańskiego Street - some new renovations, but a lot must be done to make this place brilliant:

    An example of pure german architecture:

    There are many such dense streets in Poznań:

    Under renovation:

    Interesting detail:


  • Taut.
    Wonderful. Keep the photos coming.


  • pzlotnik
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    [PL] Poznań secession buildings

    Poznan secession reached just in time when, after long decades of confinement in the walls of the Prussian fortress city began its path toward modernity. Connect new neighborhoods, the
    which sets the grid of streets in a metropolitan building - there has been a real boom in construction. So ruled the vast period of prosperity for representatives of all professions related to housing: architects, plasterers, carpenters, decorators . By playing to its former glory Secession building of the city through the prism of the individual achievements of its creators. Most of the buildings were constructed in the end of XIX century and before I World War.

    This set was taken todays morning - it was cold (-3) and quite windy, so my fingers grew numb with cold :-).

    Here are 3 first examples: