Visit to Wroclaw Cathedral

I finally had the chance to be here again. Life has been so busy the past days. This is also the problem when you are already working but I am thankful that at least something is making me busy now. I don’t have much time anymore to go online. How I wish I can give you more updates of my previous travels. I have a lot to share but time is just so limited  these days.

Let me share these photos taken during my birthday trip in Poland recently. One of the places we visited was Wrocław. Germans call it as Breslau. It was quite a long road trip that time from Regensburg, Bavaria, Germany but it was all worth it.

Details in front of the Cathedral.

One of the sights we visited in Wrocław is its Cathedral. It is called Archikatedra św. Jana Chrzciciela in Polish, also known as The Cathedral of St. John the Baptist in Wrocław. 

The interior of Wrocław Cahedral.

It is one of the famous landmark of the city. It has a Gothic architecture with Neo-Gothic additions. We actually had a tour inside the cathedral during our visit. Sad to say, I cannot hear our tour guide that good because she speaks not to loud for everyone to hear. I indeed up taking pictures than listening to her. Besides, I also bought a travel book guide  of this city which  I actually read at the  hotel after  our sightseeing.

It is always my interest to visit historical buildings like this especially when travelling in Europe.  This historical cathedral is indeed worth to experience  when you are in Wrocław.


The Holy Mother Statue in front of St. John`s cathedral , Wroclaw, Poland, Ostrow tumski.  The cathedral holds the largest pipe organ in Poland, built in 1913 by E.F. Walcker & Sons of Ludwigsburg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany, for the Centennial Hall — formerly the largest organ in the world.

I guess, this is all for now. I am slowly off to bed now.  I am quite tired today and  I will be working this whole weekend. I hope you will enjoy the 4th weekend of August.


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