Town hall

Nysa , Rynek 36b
tel.: 668 401 240
Town Hall - the first town hall was built in the 14th century. It was expanded a century later. In its history, it was often damaged, e.g. in 1590 due to an earthquake. After the city was seized by Prussia, King Frederick II ordered its demolition, only a 90-meter tower remained. Its fate was sealed in 1945, when it was almost completely destroyed. The remains of the tower, the so-called The "stump" was blown up in 1966. In 2008, the construction of a new tower modeled on the prototype was completed. It is 78 meters high, including the spire, and is an excellent vantage point over the entire city.

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Trail of Eichendorff

Joseph von Eichendorff, the great German poet of the age of Romanticism, spent the last years of his life in Nysa and was buried here. The trail leads along the path, which, according to the...