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Plan your journey aroundAvis Office in Bialystok is located in the Hotel Cristal. The Best Western Hotel Cristal has more than 50 years of hotel tradition in one of the most beautiful streets of Bialystok - Linden street, one step away from the historic town hall and the city market. The central location gives you the opportunity to visit the most interesting places in Bialystok and allows fast and efficient access to the most important offices and institutions.
The city of Bialystok is located in the centre of the Podlasie Province, in Podlasian Lowlands. It is the biggest city of the north-eastern Poland and the capital of this region, known as the "green lungs of Poland". It is the perfect place for rest and recreation. About 32% of the city is covered by greenery, including two nature reserves.
The city offers many touristic and natural attractions like the Nature Reserves of Bialystok: Las Zwierzyniecki - established in 1996 and preserved for educational and research purposes or even Antoniuk, a park in the city that preserved all the characteristics of a forest in the Bialystok Upland.
There are also lots of monuments to visit in Bialystok such as The market, now called the Market Kosciuszko, as well as the Cathedral Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary which is the oldest preserved building in the city, completed in 1621. It was founded by Peter Wiesiołowski Younger and rebuilt in the days of Jan Klemens Branicki, who gave a Rococo style to the monument. They pay special attention to the eighteenth-century organ, as well as the statue of Jan Klemens Branicki issued in 1775. It might be also interesting to visit the Parish Church, a neo-Gothic church built at the beginning of the twentieth century by Joseph Pius Dziekoński, and the Town Hall clock tower - its construction was completed in 1761. The building now houses the Museum District, holding extensive collections of art, ethnography and archeology.
But there is more to discover: the Church of the Holy Nicholas - built between 1843 - 1846 on the site of an old wooden temple Uniate, the Mary Magdalene Orthodox church - built in the years 1741 to 1758 and The Branicki Palace, founded by Jan Klemens Branicki. It was designed by the great architects of the Baroque: Jan Henryk Klemm, John Sigismund Dejbela, Jakub Fontana. The shape of the palace alluded to the great principles of the French Baroque. You can also visit the Church of St Roch -a "memorial" of the regained independence of Poland in 1918. Its construction began in 1928 and was completed after World War II. It is one of the most interesting buildings in Europe interwar economy.
Bialystok is also the largest economic center in North - East. In Bialystok, the economy is dominated by small establishments and firms employing up to 5 persons. The development of the economy of the city is highly influenced by border location, favorable connections, very good environment and industrial, scientific and cultural traditions. At the end of 2001, 33,291 businesses were registered in Bialystok. Industrial sites mainly produce food and beverages, textiles and garments. In recent years, trade and services sector have been developed in the city. Moreover, foreign and domestic investors attracted a large number of areas for development.
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