Beautiful Gems of Art Nouveau Architecture in Wrocław, Poland

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Wrocław is home to countless examples of Gothic and its Baroque style, but fans of Art Nouveau won’t be disappointed by the architecture of this Polish city—especially if they check out these beautiful buildings.

Wrocław Market Hall

Truly stunning both inside and out, the main Market Hall is one of Wrocław’s best buildings built in Art Nouveau style. It will win you over with its striking red walls and the incredible attention to detail that was put into its creation.

Wrocław Water Tower

Many of Wrocław’s Art Nouveau buildings were built with red sandstone, and that also happens to be the case with this historic water tower that was modeled after medieval castles.

Zwierzyniecki Bridge

Wrocław is home to several beautiful bridges, but if we had to pick the one that best exemplifies the wonders of Art Nouveau architecture, it would be this imposing structure decorated with red sandstone obelisk figures.

Faculty of Architecture

It’s not surprising to see that Wrocław’s Faculty of Architecture is housed in one of the most beautiful buildings in the entire city, but the lush greenery that surrounds it is equally impressive.