Rzeszow is located in south-eastern Poland, it is the capital of Podkarpacie and the largest city in the region. Its history dates back to the fourteenth century, when King Casimir the Great gave the already existing settlement charter. By the fifteenth and sixteenth century the city developed rapidly - built town hall, castle, monastery and church. In the seventeenth century, Rzeszów was under the authority of the Lubomirski family and thus changed the city very wealthy. It was not until World War II broke lucky streak Rzeszow, whose dynamic development had to be stopped due to numerous destruction. To this day, the city is thriving, developed his industrial center, there are numerous factories producing, for example, household appliances, or clothing, but most famous for its aerospace and pharmaceutical industries. Location Rzeszow between Sandomierz Basin and Podgórze Środkowobeskidzkim makes the terrain is varied. The town center is situated on rendzina, the southern part on płaszczowinie Skole, and the north on Foredeep. These changes contribute to a changing climate on the one hand piedmont-bellied, on the other mountain. Rzeszow is a city of green, on the ground there is a nature reserve Lisia Gora, to the Path of Natural Sciences them. Wladyslaw Szafer and numerous smaller parks. Wisłok River flows through the center of the city, like the river Struga, for that you can meet a lot of streams and artificial water reservoirs. As the city is the most important industrial and educational center in the region is very well developed transport infrastructure, in addition to motorway and express roads, to Rzeszow can be reached by plane at the international airport. The city attracts about 50 thousand students, as there is in it a number of renowned universities, such as University of Rzeszow and the University of them. Lukasiewicz - the best in the entire region. To Rzeszow tourist attractions you may include the numerous buildings of the fifteenth / sixteenth century, such as the Gothic Church. Sts. Adalbert and Stanislaus. The most recognizable building is the castle Rzeszów arose at the time of the Lubomirski family. Unfortunately, he suffered through the years, it had to be reconstructed retaining only the original ramparts, and the rest of the structure modeled on the former project. The most famous promenade in the city's 3 Maja Street, which connects the parish square with the castle Lubomirski. Street was first paved in the entire city, thus paving, which is lined, is historical. Other monuments include the early Baroque basilica and synagogue Old Town originally from the seventeenth century, but during the war it was destroyed by the Nazis. Walking around the city you can not forget about the Market, which is the heart of the old town. There you can visit the underground, neo-Gothic town hall, or just sit in one of the local cafes and restaurants. In addition, visitors are waiting to local museums, cinemas, theaters and concert hall.
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