New Town Square in Torun - is a central point of the New Town, laid out in 1264. It is a square-shaped square measuring about 95 × 95 m, with a frontage measuring 70 m. The sides are positioned diagonally across the main parts of the world. Two perpendicular streets come out from each corner, which are extensions of frontage. In the eastern corner the church of st. Jacob is located. Initially, the center of Market had a typical for medieval towns architecture. It was consisting of the town hall, bread benches and cloth hall. These buildings were demolished in the early nineteenth century and in their place a church dedicated to. Holy Trinity was constructed (completed in 1824).
Inside of Toruń New Town Square you can also find: Church of St. James in Toruń ,