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1894

1901

1910

1919

1930

1920
1939


1946

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2000

 

This street, located in the centre of Szczecin, which first had an art lover and now a religious martyr as its patron, is closely linked with the modern history of Poland. Not far from there, on Zwycięstwa Square, young people and students used to gather to hold demonstrations in the 80s. It was also here that in 1999 a solemn mass between two churches, St. Wojciech and Jesus' Holy Heart inaugurated the presence of the NATO army in Szczecin. Despite the course of history the street preserved its characteristic nature. It is very close to a trade centre, a church, a park, a playground, and a post office, as well as to a bank. Neglected for years, the area has recently been regaining its splendour. The restored corner from the side of Zwycięstwa Square, with its interesting galleries attracts more and more visitors, and encourages them to take a walk in the direction of the busy Jagiellońska St., whereas the secluded park makes people think and slow down, to reflect and rest a little.

      
     

Chronicle of history of Szczecin * Szczecin from the old postcards (de)