Poznań-Jeżyce


Poznań-Jeżyce

Poznań-Jeżyce is one of five local government districts in Poznań, Poland.

Description

The border streets (looking from the north): Obornicka, Lechicka, Piątkowska, Księcia Mieszka I, Kazimierza Pułaskiego, Franklina Delano Roosvelta and Bukowska.
Neighborhoods within Jeżyce:
*Jeżyce
*Sołacz
*Bonin
*Winiary (partly)
*Ogrody
*Podolany
*Wola
*Ławica (partly)
*Golęcin
*Smochowice
*Krzyżowniki
*Strzeszyn
*Strzeszynek
*Kiekrz

Area and Population

*area - 57,9 km² (22% area of city)
*population - 81 300 persons (14,2% population of city)
*population density 1404 people/km²

History

ites of Interest

*New Theatre of Poznań
*Old Zoo of Poznań
*Tram Station by ul. Gajowa
*Botanical Garden of Poznań
*Church of the Holiest Heart of Jesus and Saint Florian
*Tor Poznań race track


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