Ian Anderson 5 p.m., Sept. 27
Citadel Park on the Winiary Hill in Poznan (an area of about 100 ha near the Old City). A popular destination for walkers and bikers is also the place for open-air exhibitions of sculptures. There are two museums in the Citadel Park. The Museum of the Army Poznan (military accessories, photographs, and documents) shows the military history of the region in the years 1918-1939, the activity of Polish clandestine organizations in Greater Poland occupied during the World War II, and memorabilia from the Battle of the Bzura/Battle of Kutno in September 1939. The permanent exposition in the Museum of Armaments (large collection of military equipment) is devoted to the resistance to Germen during the Partition era, the liberation of Poznan by the Soviet Army, and the siege of the Citadel in 1945.
Posted November 22, 2011