This lean structure adorned the city during the late 13th century and has stood ground ever since, enduring tribulations of passing time. The lonely structure that stands today was initially built to accompany a magnificent Town Hall that was brought down for the purposes of opening up the Main Square in 1820. Built in Gothic-style of architecture, the Town Hall was used as a prison and even contained medieval torture chambers. Been here for 4 days, missing their delicious Kielbasa that local sells during weekend only, tried their beer too. We had a very good time here, if you are planning to travel Europe, include this beautiful city!
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