1. Poland
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Wrocław: Siege of Wrocław Walking Tour

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Visit the most important places connected with the time before, during and shortly after World War II.
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Duration: 2 hours
Starting times 10:00 AM, 2:00 PM
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English, German
Wheelchair accessible

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  • Learn how and why 70% of the city was destroyed
  • Discover a different side of Wroclaw, once called Breslau
  • Visit historically significant places in the city
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On this tour, you'll learn the history of a turbulent time here, including how the NSDAP took power, what Edmund Heines did and how the Jewish community endured its new situation.

During the first five years of World War II Breslau was a peaceful city, but near the end of the war, the situation turned. Your guide will tell you all about this history and show you the traces of this period throughout the city. Finally, on May 6, 1945, the capitulation of the city was signed, but only after much it was destroyed. Churchill, Stalin and Roosevelt made the decision to redraw the borders and Breslau was renamed Wroclaw, which created a city with a new identity.
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  • Travel consultation with the guide

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Marktplatz (Glassbrunnen).

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From £82.40 £70.04 Per group up to 30

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