Leopoldina Lecture Hall is a part of Wrocław University and it is the biggest and the most representational part of the main campus. It is often called a Baroque pearl as it is a very spectacular, secular monument of architecture created at the end of this period. The lecture hall as the whole building was erected in years 1728-1732 and was named after founder of the whole university Holy Roman Emperor Leopold I. The lecture hall itself as the most representative part of the building has stucco decorations, frescos and wooden sculptures. Currently it is mainly used as a part of university museum and as a place of the most prominent university celebrations. With one museum ticket tourists can visit 2, 3 or 4 attractions: the Leopoldina Lecture Hall, Mathematics Tower Oratorium Marianum or exhibition. It is one of the key points of Wrocław sightseeing plans.