On this walk we visit the city of Zielona Góra in western Poland. While the city isn’t on the usual tourist map, it was know for its winemaking tradition in Poland. Today it is more a students town. Compared to nearby Poznan or Wroclaw it is rather quiet here.
We start this evening walk in the centre of the old town looking at the Ratusz (city hall) and walk around there a bit. Next we make our way to the Park Sowińskiego with a little view over the city. We head back down to the inner city again and walk around the Kupiecky Street. We also check out the Plac Bohaterów (Heroes Square) which had a monument to the German emperor Wilhelm I until WWI. Since the In the 1990s, the monument is dedicated to the fallen of World War II.
On a little walking street we head back to the centre where we end this walk - right where we started.
Filmed in August 2019
Camera: Osmo Pocket in 4K60
Mic: Zoom H1