National Museum
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May-Sep: daily except Mon 10am-5pm (Jun-Aug: Thu noon-7pm); Oct-Apr: Tue-Fri 9am-4pm, weekends 10am-5pm


Sited in a former Franciscan friary, the museum's ground floor displays Gothic statuary, religious goldware and fine examples of metalwork. Upstairs the focus is on pictures: the masterpiece is unquestionably a famous triptych, the Last Judgement altarpiece by Hans Memling (c 1433-1494). Note also the sections devoted to 16C-18C regional painting and 19C-20C Polish painting, including notably works by Wyspianski, Malczewski and Pankiewicz.


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