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Xawery Dunikowski Boulevard

Local name: Bulwar Xawerego Dunikowskiego

Located on the south bank of the Oder, the boulevards is an 800-meter walking and scenic track which unique feature is a sight on the oldest part of Wrocław - monumental Ostrów Tumski. Wzgórze Polskie (Polish Hill) consisting of the renovated 16th-century fortifications, new amphitheater and harbor is located near the boulevard.

Xawery Dunikowski Boulevard honors the famous Polish sculptor, painter, and pedagogue. It was named in 1965, one year after Dunikowski's death. The walking track stretches between Piaskowy Bridge and Peace Bridge, partially covering the Old Town Promenade.

The boulevard exists for over a century. At the turn of the 20th century, passenger and cargo steamboats moored in the embankment of the boulevard. The embankment has been strengthened while the walls of the slope have been paved with stone pavement and reinforced with brick retaining walls. The boulevard was opened after the revitalization in 2016 which contained the rebuilt of walking tracks and recreational areas, the management of vegetation, and the construction of the amphitheater and footbridge for pedestrians and cyclists.


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    Xawery Dunikowski Boulevard map
    Bulwar Xawerego Dunikowskiego 50-156 Wrocław , Poland