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Situated in the northwest of Poland, Szczecin is a seaport, although it is not located by the sea. It is a city at the crossroads of important transport routes - the A6 motorway leading to the German border, the S3 expressway cutting through western Poland from north to south and the S10 connecting Szczecin with central Poland. Szczecin also has good rail links and the international airport Szczecin Goleniów. The Oder River flows through the city, which is situated on Lake Dabie; it is less than 100 km to the western coast of the Polish Baltic Sea. The city bears numerous traces of its centuries-old German past. 

Castle of the Pomeranian Dukes

The mysterious Renaissance Castle of the Pomeranian Dukes is located on Castle Hill in the central part of the city. Its origins date back to the 12th century, while its present form is a result of a 16th-century reconstruction. It was the seat of the House of Griffins, rulers of the Pomeranian duchy. Destroyed during the Second World War, it was rebuilt in its present form and houses local government and cultural institutions.

The new building of the Szczecin Philharmonic

The new building of the Mieczysław Karłowicz Philharmonic Hall in Szczecin was built on the site of the former Konzerthaus. Designed by Estudio Barozzi, the building is thoroughly modern, yet at the same time refers to Szczecin's historic buildings. The project has received numerous architectural awards. Its concert halls are considered to be among the best in Poland.

Wały Chrobrego (Chrobry Embankment)

Wały Chrobrego (Chrobry Embankment) is an approximately 500 m long viewing terrace located on an embankment along the Oder River. Erected when the city belonged to Germany, it is the best-known panorama of the city together with the Castle of the Pomeranian Dukes, the National Museum and St. Jacob's Cathedral. An ideal place for an afternoon stroll.

Szczecin's lakes

Szczecin's largest and most famous lake is, of course, Dąbie - with an area of over 54 km2 it is the fourth largest lake in Poland. Other bodies of water are also worth mentioning. The beautiful Głębokie Lake is an ideal picnic spot, while the Emerald Lake seduces with its amazing water colour and wonderful walking areas.


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