ZOO Wroclaw sp.z o.o.
ul. Wróblewskiego 1-5
tel: +48/71 348 30 24
Fax: +48/71 348 37 68
July 10, 1865 The opening of the Zoo in Wroclaw.
During the World War II in the May 1945 the Zoo was destroyed during the siege of the city by Soviet troops. July 18, 1948 the Zoo was reopened and by the 1957 doubled the existing garden area by addressing land after the Exhibition of the Recovered Territories. Wroclaw’s Zoo remains the most famous gardens in Poland in part by the success of media coverage" of a camera among animals " conducted by Hanna and Anthony Gucwinskich (the former Zoo directors). In 2007 the director is Radoslaw Ratajszczak, which initiates the process of change designed to introduce the twenty-first century garden.
Today Wroclaw’s garden uses historical buildings from the nineteenth century and adapts them to modern requirements. On the area of 33 hectares You’ll find many thematic exhibitions of individual continents such as Madagascar or Sahara Pavilion. Wroclaw’s Zoo works to protect endangered species (involved in more than 80 programs of the EEP, ESB and ISB) and provides shelter for 4,500 animals representing over 800 species including numerous endangered or even animals that no longer occur in the wild.
The Zoo is also a member of the prestigious European Association of Zoos and Aquaria (EAZA), World Association of Zoos and Aquaria (WAZA) and ISIS (International Species Identification System for).
It is a unique place for recreation and relaxation set in the green areas with good access to city center, Pergola and Century Hall (Hala Stulecia).
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