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This is an excellent building, situated just outside the Old Town, close to the Old Town Hall and most probably on your way if you arrive to the city center by tram or train - definitely not a spot to be missed during your trip.
Interesting to see, but having learnt that 90% of Gdansk was flattened by the Red Army in 1945, I wonder if this is also rebuilt after the war. Anyway, it is nicely done and it adds atmospher to the quai.
The Great Mill is a wonderful building located very close to St Catherine's Church that has some serious history to it.
Built in 1350 by order of the Teutonic Knights ,it originally had 18 big wheels that were turned by slaves and although the big...More
Surrounded by other beautiful buildings and a statue in a small park this is a nice walking area there is a kind of "Lovers Bridge" where thousands of padlocks are left with people initials on them along with visit dates and some of those go...More