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current exhibitions

The Bydgoszcz Mint.

The Bydgoszcz Mint.

The exhibition is of a historical character, since it covers nearly a century of the mint’s existence. The opening of the exhibition took place on 12 June 2010, and was combined with the celebration of the Bydgoszcz Museum Night. In the first exhibition room we find the spatial arrangement of the Mill Island with the indicated buildings of the mint, the process of coin production illustrated with the illuminated reproductions of stained-glass windows from the mint in Konstanz (stained-glass illusions), selected prints from Georgius Agricola’s work De re metallica and the Encyclopédie by Denis Diderot and Jean le Rond d’Alembert.

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Modern Art Gallery

Modern Art Gallery

Modern Art Gallery presents selected and most representatives works from the collections of the Bydgoszcz museum. The gallery comprises of 200 paintings, photographs, sculptures, objects and installations, selected from the collection of nearly thirteen thousand items of artistic realizations of the 20th c. The exhibition is of a chronological–thematic structure: it shortly presents particular artistic trends and tendencies in the Polish art of the last one hundred years, and, at the same time, it introduces various artistic centres of Poland.

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Exploseum. D.A.G. Fabrik Bromberg

ExploseumThe spatial character of the establishment resulted from aspiration to minimalise the explosion risk and effects. Several parts of the production process was divided into two separated small buildings. Technological links relied on underground tunnels. This was an example of production line. All of the buildings were situated on a different relief. Germans avoided build-up areas but the way out in every building was on different site. It was to prevent the chain reactions of destroying in case of explosion.

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In the Town of Bydgost.

Current exhibitions, fot. R. SawickiThe settling activity in the surroundings of Bydgoszcz is confirmed with the existence of numerous fortified settlements. Besides the one located in the centre of Bydgoszcz, some were also located in Fordon (Wyszogród), Myślęcinek (Zamczysko), as well as in other more or less distant places: e.g. in Pawłówek, Nakło on the Netze River, Więcbork, Strzelce Dolne and Pień. In many of them, in the 1950’s and 1960’s excavation works were conducted by the staff of the District Museum in Bydgoszcz.

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From Old Market Square to Wolności Square

From Old Market Square to Wolności Square.

The purpose of the exhibition "From Old Market Square to Wolności Square. Walking the streets of interwar Bydgoszcz" is an interactive presentation of the interwar , multicultural city of Bydgoszcz and its historical origins. The displayed topics refer to the cultural heritage, economy, as well as the complexity and diversity of processes and phenomena, which supported development of the city on Brda River along with dynasmics of change taking place in it. The city has been presented as a spatial and social organism, functioning in a concrete time period.

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Leon Wyczółkowski District Museum

District MuseumThe beginnings of the museum in Bydgoszcz date back to the last two decades of the 19th century. In 1880 a Historical Society for the Netze District was founded, the aim of which was to conduct scientific research concerned with the region. Scientific works were accompanied with thecollecting activity. The collected objects provided substructure for the collections of the Municipal Museum established later on. The number of historical objects was growing quite rapidly, mainly thanks to the generosity of the donors.

Bydgoszcz and its environs since the dawn of time.

Archaeological CollectionsThe exhibition “In the borderland between Wielkopolska and Pomerania” will be a permanent exhibition, showing the earliest history of our region, from the beginning of settlement until the period of migration of the nations. No city, area or country has a history that runs its course independently. It has always been part of events of a broader range. Due to the fact that Bydgoszcz and its environs are located in the meeting point of two large geographical regions – Wielkopolska and Pomerania – we will strive to show prehistory of this area in detailed chronology.

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Bydgoszcz – the pieces of the city

Bydgoszcz – the pieces of the city

The photography exhibition “Bydgoszcz – the pieces of the city” is presented in granaries at Grodzka Street. It takes viewers back to the times very distant from modern era. Inventing of photography, that took place in the 19th c., at the beginning of the technical and civilizational revolution, turned out to be as significant as inventing of the steam engine. Here, the man received a tool allowing him to stop the time. The reality that existed objectively at one moment could be preserved and shown to the next generations.

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