Zwierzyniec-Bielany. The district covers many former suburban hamlets and villages boasting a long and rich history, with Bielany being strongly connected to the Premonstratensian (Norbertine) Abbey that was built for the Order, brought here by Jaksa of the Gryf coat of arms in the 12th c. An important destination on the map of the district is the mound raised on Sikornik Hill in the 19th c. to commemorate Tadeusz Kościuszko.
Zwierzyniec is also the location of the Błonia Green, the former pastures of the Premonstratensian Monastery. Zwierzyniec is the district with most greenery, and it also has plentiful built heritage, including the Church of the Holy Saviour, the Premonstratensian Convent, and the early industrial waterworks. In turn, Bielany was made famous by the Church and Hermitage of the Camaldolese Order.