OPOLE, OPOLSKIE, POLAND
Opole is a city in the state of Opolskie, in southern Poland on the Oder
River (Odra). It has a population of 125,992 as of June 2009, and is
the capital of the Upper Silesia, Opole Voivodeship and, also the seat
of Opole County. Today, many German Upper Silesians and Poles of
German ancestry live in the Opole region.
Opole hosts the annual National Festival of Polish Song. The city is also
known for its 10th-century Church of St. Adalbert and the 14th-century
Church of the Holy Cross. There is a zoo, the Ogród Zoologiczny w
Opolu. There are other museums, universities and buildings to see.
I hope you enjoy this trip to Opole, Opolskie, Poland.
FLAG AND COAT OF ARMS
CATHEDERAL OF OPOLE
THE CHURCH OF THE HOLY TRINITY
TOWN HALL OF OPOLE
COLLEGIUM MAIUS OF OPOLE UNIVERSITY
OPOLE RAILWAY STATION
BURGHER HOUSES NEAR THE MAIN MARKET
MARKET SQUARE SUMMER BEER GARDEN
DEPARTMENT OF ANGLIOPHONE CULTURES
THE MIYNOWKA CHANNEL (LITTLE VENICE)
BARLICKI LAKE ON PASIEKA ISLAND
OPOLE VOIVODESHIP CASTLE MOSZNA
OPOLE RURAL MUSEUM