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This magnificent church was decades in the building, initially as a Catholic Church, then a Protestant one. During the Second World War, it suffered substantial damage and has been constantly, more or less, under reconstruction since then. Most recently, it has been saved from total...More
The interior of the church is impressive in its own right but on our 4th trip to Gdansk we finally decided to brave the climb.
A narrow spiral staircase is only used for the first part when it opens up to a wide concrete stair...More
There was some restoration work going on but that didn't stop my friend from dragging me to the top to see the amazing view... from memory it was well over 400 steps, phew. The stairs are very tiny and narrow in places and hard for...More
There is a lot of restoration work going on which doesn't show the church in the shape that it deserves but it is still worth paying the very modest fee to visit it entirely.
If you can climb the 405 steps to the top of...More
The church is huge, but the inside is destroyed over the time by painting over all the great frescos it once had. There is intuition to see the inside closer. We did not pay for that and only looked what's there to see from the...More