Paderewskiego Street

Paderewskiego Street

ul. Ignacego Paderewskiego
61-770 Poznań
  • N: 52° 24' 28.42" E: 16° 55' 49.34"
Yard, Street  
Neo-Baroque , Neo-Gothic , Neoclassicism  
brama kuta brama ulica brukowana ulica bruk kamienice przestrzeń miejska wąska uliczka krużganki łuki stroma ulica  
water - hydrant
cobbled street


The street directed from east to west, 250 m long. Stylized contemporary pavement, where the course of the medieval municipal walls , non-existing tenement closing the Paderewskiego Street from the side of the Old Market were marked with elements of a different color. The street is staked out on the slope of the hill. It connects the Old Part of the City with so called New Part of the City staked out at the beginning of XIX century by David Gilly, a German architect and town planner. East perceptive closed with the view over south and east frontage of the Old Market, west perspective open to the Freedom Square, south perspective developed first of all with buildings dating back to the first half of XIX century (e.g. the Bazaar), whereas, the north perspective has a diversified architectonically development dating back in most cases to the beginning of the previous century.