Aula Leopoldina

Aula Leopoldina
+48 71 375 22 45
Aula Leopoldina
Pl. Uniwersytecki 1

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Editor's review

Named after the Austrian Emperor Leopold who founded the university in 1702, the Aula Leopoldina is a beautiful Baroque Hall on the first floor of the main University building. The English information booklet remarks that "the visitor absorbs the beauty around him, sensing his individual existence as being a particle of the universe". Not sure we would go that far but for four and a half zloty it's worth a butcher's hook! You can also visit the 300 Years Exhibition and Mathemician's Tower in the same building.

Editor & Wroclaw Local


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United States

Stunning ! Beautiful ! Amazing work of art !

Reply Mar 23rd, 2015
lilly b

So beautiful! It is not mentioned enough!

Reply Dec 30th, 2009

You are absolutely right. People have no idea how beautiful it can be :( :)

Reply Jun 22nd, 2015
United States

fantsatic, worth seeing together with a view tower on the top

Reply Sep 7th, 2009

such a special place. a must-see for visitors to wroclaw!

Reply Sep 1st, 2009

I`m just back from Wroclaw, a wonderfull city. The University is closed because of holidays and I` couldn`t visit Aula Leopoldina this time, which is a pity-

Reply Jul 16th, 2008

I love city Wroclaw and Aula Leopoldina stands aut. Greetings for all students and profesors!

Reply Nov 3rd, 2007

I lovey city Wroclaw and Aula Leopoldina stands aut. Greetings for all students and profesors!

Reply Nov 3rd, 2007
United States

This room is a must-see for anyone visiting Wroclaw. I have visited it many times. One of the tidbits of information about this room, as far as I can determine is this.

In "German times" this was Breslau University, which awarded Johannes Brahms an honorary degree. As his thank-you note, Brahms wrote the famous Academic Festival Overture.

So, for those who are musically inclined, when you stand in this magnificent room, you may stand where Brahms stood to receive his degree.

The room is overwhelming. You will never forget it.

Reply Oct 29th, 2007
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