We will meet at the blue door of the University of Wroclaw at 2:30 p.m. If this door impresses you, prepare for what awaits you inside. It is a real wonder!
We will enter the museum, located in the most important building of the University. Its interior was decorated in a markedly baroque style under the order of Emperor Leopold I of Bohemia. The main intention was to create a school dedicated to Catholic philosophy and theology.
For an hour we will tour the museum, stopping at the different works of art that decorate the rooms and corridors. Did you know that the University of Wroclaw was home to 10 Nobel Prize winners?
Of course, we will visit the Aula Leopoldina, the largest room in the entire building. This place is a jewel for Poland, as it is the only baroque secular space that the country preserves in such good condition. Illusionist paintings, decoration and sculptures will enchant you!
On the tour, the guide will detail the importance for the institution of the Austrian legacy, the Jesuit College or the counter-reformation. The guided tour will also take us through the Oratorium Marianum, the Imperial Staircase or the Mathematical Tower.
We will end the visit at 3:45 p.m. at the museum exit.