Photographer's Note

The Baroque building of the Opole Silesia Museum is dated to the late seventeenth-century and was built as a classical house and a "provincial inn", rebuilt in 1817-1818 it had belonged to the Jesuit college. The Museum itself opened in 1932.
The collections are divided into several sections:
- Archaeological Section contains findings from local excavations.
- History Section has valuable old prints.
- Art Section contains examples of Silesian Gothic art nd a gallery of Polish painting.
- Ethnographic Section illustrates the material, cultural and social life of the Opole region in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
- Nature and Wildlife Section shows the natural world and petrified animals and plants found in Silesia.

Have a nice Sunday!

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