The card shows top row L to R - 1) The Town Hall (Ratusz) built and developed from the 13th-16th Century; 2) Centennial Hall (formally the People's Hall) constructed in 1911-13 when Wroclaw was part of the German Empire it is an early example of reinforced concrete architecture and listed as a UNESCO Heritage Site; 3) Town-houses from the 16th and 18th Century much photographed and called Hansel and Gretel because of the archway linking them is like a couple holding hands.
Bottom row L to R - 1) The Market Place; 2) The Raclawice Panorama contains a cycloramic painting of the battle of Raclawice. Stand in the middle and apparently you will experience many optical illusions; 3) The Japanese Garden designed by Mankichi Arai in 1909-1912 and located in Szczytnicki Park. It was restored in 1996/7 but soon after it was under water after flooding, despite 70% of the planting having to be replaced it reopened again in 1999.
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Thank you Monitorka for showing me your city in this card.