The Museum of Architecture opened in 1965 in a Late Gothic Bernardine church and monastery dating back to the second half of the fifteenth century. Originally a branch of the Museum of the City of Wroclaw, when it was known as the Museum of Architecture and Reconstruction, it was later to become an independent, specialised institution called the Museum of Architecture. Since 1989, it has been included among the “special status” museums. In 2000, the City of Wroclaw’s Architectural Archive has been incorporated into the museum.
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