Wroclaw is one of the most beautiful cities in Poland. It is the capital of the historic district - Lower Silesia. It is often called "The Venice of Poland". The city has an impressive number of over 200 bridges and footbridges. In Wroclaw, even though the devastation of war it has preserved many buildings in original condition, renovated or rebuilt after the war. The most important are: two town halls in the Market Square - the Gothic Old Town Hall, and New Town Hall in Historicist style. Wroclaw is also known for the small dwarfs figure. They were created to commemorate the strike of anti-communist student group called "Orange Alternative". Walking through the city, you will definetly meet a lot of them. Without any doubt you need to travel to Wroclaw and visit this amazing city full of colors and mysterious places.