Gniezno was the capital city of the first few of the Piast dynasty rulers of Poland, and from 1000 onwards it has been a seat of an archbishopric, too. Situated in the Greater Poland Voivodeship. It is the administrative capital of the Gniezno County (powiat).


The Gniezno Cathedral – It is famous for its twelfth-century, two-winged bronze doors decorated with scenes of martyrdom of St. Wojciech (Adalbert).

Museum of the Polish State Origins and Museum of Archdiocese are also attract tourist.

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