Do you like getting to known the town outside beaten tracks? Thus, get to know Radom by searching its hidden treasures.

A pearl hidden in the yard

While walking along Żeromskiego Street, only a sharp eye will see old advertising signs made of tiles inside the gate of the tenement house number 28. Let the advertisement lure you because the place it leads to can be easily called a little pearl of Radom. In the yard, there is a beautiful, although forgotten, building of the Trzebiński Printing House of the 19th century.

Radom has its dwarfs…

Looking for dwarfs is mainly associated with Wrocław. However, Radom also has its dwarfs, which are older than those in Wrocław. Dwarfs in Radom are fairy-tale decorative buffers of tenement house gates in the centre of the town. You will find them at 4 Żeromskiego Street and 12 25-go Czerwca Street.

Staircase for servants

When you enter the staircase in the tenement house at 1 Konstytucji 3 Maja Street, you will see another staircase! For sure that glazed and easily visible staircase for servants will be a great surprise to you. Some people that see the winding stairs and glazing decorated with arcs have an impression of being moved to the interior of a Gothic cathedral.

Mementoes of the Sukkot holiday

Kuczkis, which are wooden porches located at the level of balconies, can be also considered as hidden treasures of Radom. They were connected with the celebration of Jewish Sukkot holiday, during which orthodox Jews had to live outside their homes in the sukkot or tent. In Radom there are only several kuczkis left. You will find them in the tenement backyards at 66 Żeromskiego and 21 Moniuszki Streets.