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Archer Lady, Bydgoszcz

In mid-October, 1910, the statue of  the Archer (pol. “Łuczniczka”) was unveiled.

The city’s merchants, bankers, seamstresses, bakers, bricklayers, young and old women and men all came to witness this historical moment. It is believed it was Aronsohn himself who pulled the veil. He was the founder of the statue and paid 7,5 thousand marks to have it delivered to the Bydgoszcz. Everyone marvelled at the statue yet no one knew who the marble beauty was. Some said it was Aronsohn’s  friend wo worked as a supernumerary in a theatre. Others claimed it was Aronsohn’s daughter. The answer remained unknown….who knows, maybe it was just a model from Berlin hired by the sculptor?

Other legends:

The Legend of a tresure on the Mill Island

The Legend of Angelika

The Legend of Master Twardowski

The Legend of the executioner

The Legend of Węgliszek the Fiend


Artist Zbyszko Piwoński turns dead tree trunks into sculptures in the streets of Bydgoszcz. They can be seen at 30 Gdańska Street, “Woman in Doves”, in Mickiewicza Avenue, “Awakening of Elves” (both made in 2006), and in Słowackiego Street, “We Will Play in Just a Moment” (2010). There is also a monument of Dwarves made in Konopnicka Street by Mirosław Kufel (2012).


About 17 km from the city centre of Bydgoszcz, towards Dąbrowa Chełmińska, is the Ostromecko Palace and Park (9 Bydgoska Street).

Cieszkowskiego Street, Bydgoszcz, fot. R.Sawicki

August Cieszkowski Street is considered one of the most beautiful streets in Bydgoszcz, thanks to homogenous complex of buildings built in years 1896-1904. Secession style houses decorated with eclectic, neo-baroque and neo-gothic elements were des

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