Nation of cities: Wrocław


Wrocław is located in south-western Poland, and at various times the city has been part of Poland, Bohemia, the Austrian Empire, Prussia, and Germany.

City population: 638,000 (0.8m people in the whole agglomeration)

Unemployment rate: 1.8%

Average salary: 5,070 zł/€1,221

Institutions of tertiary education: 25

Students in tertiary education: 114,000

Residential complex called ‘Manhattan,’ one of the icons of Wrocław built in the first half of the 1970s

Commercial centre Renoma

Jacek Sutryk, Mayor of Wrocław:
“Wrocław is a unique city – here everyone is from somewhere else. Residents who settled in Wrocław after WWII had to build a city from scratch. Not only the buildings but also its identity. The wisdom of Wrocław results from these difficult experiments. The city is famous for its hospitality, organisation of great cultural and sports events, a vibrant market and favourable climate for entrepreneurs. “

Wrocław Główny, the recently renovated main railway station

Wroclaw, the city of bridges and little islands at the Odra River

 Sagittarius Business House by Echo Investment

 National Forum of Music

Diamentum Office by Cavatina located in the business district

Concept of ErgoCity by PFI Future SA, created following a new philosophy for
building housing developments, which are places for living, working and resting

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