Ogród Botaniczny Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego

Founded in 1783, the Botanical Garden of the Jagiellonian University is currently the oldest facility of its kind in Poland. Established on the initiative of the Commission of National Education as an auxiliary department of the Department of Chemistry and Natural History, today it gathers thousands of plant specimens on an area of almost 10 hectares. The Garden plays a major role in the development of science, education and culture in Krakow as a place of research, artistic inspiration and a "living museum" of the world's flora visited by thousands of people every year.

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Founded in 1783, the Botanical Garden of the Jagiellonian University is currently the oldest facility of its kind in Poland. Established on the initiative of the Commission of National Education as an auxiliary department of the Department of Chemistry and Natural History, today it gathers thousands of plant specimens on an area of almost 10 hectares. The Garden plays a major role in the development of science, education and culture in Krakow as a place of research, artistic inspiration and a "living museum" of the world's flora visited by thousands of people every year.

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