An old litho picture postcard of Wroclaw (Breslau), 1898.
Our website contains many old images of the regional capital of Breslau / Wroclaw in Lower Silesia. On this page we feature a small selection of digital scans of the many hundreds of old picture postcards in our archive. These images date from between 1898 and 1905.
The River Odra (Oder) in Wroclaw (Bleslau), 1898.
An old lithographic picture postcard featuring the city hall and cathedral in 1899.
An old postcard of the main railway station in Wroclaw (Breslau) in 1900.
An old lithographic postard of a Wroclaw (Breslau) panorama, 1904.
Another picturepostcard view of the River Odra (Oder) in Wroclaw (Breslau), 1905.
Other images of Old Wroclaw:
- Breslau / Wroclaw: Through Time.
- Breslau / Wroclaw 1906 – 1914.
- Breslau / Wroclaw 1914 – 1918.
- Wroclaw in the 1960s.
- Communist era Wroclaw.
An old picure postcard featuring four different photos of Bystre (German name: Ludwigsdorf), Lower Silesia, c.1909.
Bystre (former: Ludwigsdorf) is a village just south of the town of the Oleśnica (Oels) in Lower Silesia (Niederschlesien / Dolny Śląsk), south west Poland.
Two more pictures of Bystre (Ludwigsdorf) in the Olesnica (Oels) district of Lower Silesia, c.1909.
Another old postcard of Bystre (German: Ludwigsdorf) near Olesnica (Oels), c.1929.
Bystre is located approximately 3 kilometres (1.8 miles) south of Oleśnica and 23 kilometres (14 miles) east of the regional capital Wrocław.