|Covid-19|990 - Mieszko I of Poland in power.
Bishopric of Wrocław established.
Population: 1,000 (approximate).
1037 - Uprising.
1038 - Bohemians in power.
1054 - Polish in power.
1109 - August 24: Battle of Hundsfeld.
1163 - Town becomes capital of Duchy of Silesia.
1241 - Town besieged by Mongols.
1242 - Church of St. Giles built.
1257 - Church of St. Elizabeth built.
1262 - Magdeburg rights adopted.
1272 - Cathedral of St. John the Baptist consecrated.
1295 - Kreuzkirche built.
1333 - Town Hall building expanded.
1335 - City annexed to Bohemia.
1342 - Fire.
1344 - Fire.
1348 - Charles IV, Holy Roman Emperor visits town.
1351 - Dorotheen Church founded.
1355 - Schweidnitzer Keller (beer hall) in business.
1362 - St. Mary Magdalene Church built.
1387 - City joins Hanseatic League.
1418 - Guild revolt.
1475 - Kasper Elyan sets up printing press.
1492 - Staupsaule erected.
1523 - Protestant Reformation.
1527 - City annexed to Austria.
1530 - City coat of arms adopted.
1585 - Plague.
1672 - House of the Seven Electors built.
1702 - Leopoldina Jesuit college founded.
1717 - Palace built.
1723 - Bergstadtverlag Wilhelm Gottlieb Korn (publisher) in business.
1741 - Prussians in power.
1742 - Schlesische Zeitung begins publication.
1757 - Austrians in power, succeeded by Prussians.
1760 - City besieged.
1806 - December: City besieged by forces of the Confederation of the Rhine.
1807 - Old fortifications dismantled.
1811 - Schlesische Friedrich-Wilhelm-Universität established.
1813 - Mobilization against Napoleon of France.
1815 - Royal Museum of Art and Antiquity established.
1823 - Population: 76,813.
1824 - Exchange built.
1829 - White Stork Synagogue opens.
1833 - Horse racing in Szczytnicki Park begins.
1836 - Slavonic Literary Society founded.
1841 - Opera House opens.
1842 - Upper Silesian Train Station built.
1846 - Royal Palace building renovated.
1854 - Jewish Theological Seminary founded.
1856 - Jewish Cemetery established in Gabitz.
1857 - Central Station opens.
1861 - Orchestral Society founded.
1863 - Stadhaus built.
Zoological Garden opens.
City becomes part of German Empire.
New Church of St. Michael consecrated.
Opera house rebuilt.
New Synagogue consecrated.
Piast Brewery in business.
1873 - Population: 208,025.
1880 - Silesian Museum of Fine Arts established.
St. Mauritius Bridge constructed.
Lutheran Theological Seminar opens.
1886 - Viadrina (Jewish student society) formed.
1887 - "Government offices" built.
1889 - Dombrücke constructed.
1890 - Population: 335,186.
1892 - Monopol Hotel built.
1894 - Merchants Club built.
1896 - Kleinburg (Dworek) and Pöpelwitz (Popowice) villages become part of city.
1897 - Zwierzyniecki Bridge constructed.
1899 - Silesian Museum of Applied Arts established.
1903 - Flood.
Herdain (Gaj) and Morgentau (Rakowiec) villages become part of city.
Barasch Brothers' Department Store opens.
Wrocław water tower built.
1908 - Market Hall built.
1909 - Theatre built.
Grunwaldzki Bridge built.
Technische Hochschule was founded.
1911 - Gräbschen (Grabiszyn) village becomes part of city.
Centennial Hall and Exhibition Grounds built.
Union of Jewish Liberal Youth organized.
1916 - Turnip winter (food rationing).
1919 - City becomes capital of Province of Lower Silesia.
1926 - Palace Museum opens.
1929 - Workplace and House Exhibition held.
Wertheim Department Store opens.
June: City hosts Deutsche Kampfspiele.
12 September: Hitler gives campaign speech at the Centennial Hall.
1932 - Conflict between Communists and Nazis.
1933 - January: Riots.
July: Deutsches Turn- und Sportfest 1938 held.
November 9–10: Kristallnacht pogrom against Jews.
1941 - Olimp (organization) formed by Polish minority.
1943 - April 23: Polish Zagra-Lin attacks Nazi troop transport.
1944 - August: City declared a Nazi fortress.
February 13-May 6: Siege of Breslau.
Polish Boleslaw Drobner becomes mayor.
Expulsion of Germans begins.
Ossolineum relocates to Wrocław from Lviv.
Academy of Fine Arts and Academy for the Dramatic Arts established.
Wrocław Puppet Theater active.
1947 - National Museum, Wrocław, and Trade College established.
1948 - Iglica installed.
1950 - Wrocław Medical University established.
1951 - Agricultural University established.
1956 - Pantomima established.
1959 - Wojewodzki Bridge constructed.
Museum of Architecture established.
Teatr Laboratorium active.
1975 - City becomes capital of Wrocław Voivodeship.
1982 - Fighting Solidarity organization founded.
1985 - Raclawice Panorama re-opens.
1986 - Stefan Skapski becomes mayor.
1997 - Flood.
1999 - City becomes capital of Lower Silesian Voivodeship.
2001 - New Horizons Film Festival begins.
Rafal Dutkiewicz becomes mayor.
Land Forces Military Academy established.
2003 - March 30: Football riot.
Multimedia Fountain installed.
Renoma department store re-opens.
2010 - American Film Festival begins.
Redzinski Bridge and Municipal Stadium open.
2012 - City hosts part of UEFA Euro 2012.
Timeline of Wrocław Wikipedia
The following is a timeline of the history of the city of Wrocław, Poland.