Gdańsk - brick

markerA The Crane in Gdańsk The Crane over the Motlawa River is the most characteristic and unmistaken symbol of Gdańsk. Back in the Middle Ages it was the largest port crane in Europe handling cargo and putting up ship masts. It also served as an uncommon city gate. The reconstructed driving mechanism inside, still in wor... The Crane in Gdańsk - photo
markerB Golden Gate in Gdańsk Golden Gate (Złota Brama) in Gdańsk, Poland, German Langgasser Tor, is one of the most notable tourist attractions of the city. It was raised in 1612–14 in place of the 13th century gothic gate (Brama Długouliczna). It is located at one end of Long Lane (Długa street, German: Langgasse), where, toge... Golden Gate in Gdańsk - photo
markerC The Highland Gate in Gdańsk The Highland Gate in Gdańsk starts the so-called ‘Royal Route’, which takes you along Długa Street and the Długi Targ Street up to the Green Gate. Its builder, Hans Kramer of Saxony, erected it as a link in the chain of modern fortifications put up to frame the western city borders between 1574-... The Highland Gate in Gdańsk - photo
markerD Oliwa Cathedral Gdańsk Oliwa Archcathedral is a church located in Gdańsk, Oliwa district; dedicated to The Holy Trinity, Blessed Virgin Mary and St Bernard. The archcathedral in Oliwa is a three-nave basilica with a transept and a multisided closed presbytery, finished with an ambulatory. The façade is flanked by t... Oliwa Cathedral - photo
markerE Green Gate The Green Gate (Brama Zielona) in Gdańsk, Poland, is one of the most notable tourist attractions of the city. It is situated between Long Market (Długi Targ) and the River Motława. Together with the Golden Gate and the Highland Gate it was used to span the Long Street and Long Market, called the Roy... Green Gate - photo
markerF Great Mill in Gdańsk Great Mill is a historic water mill in Old Town in Gdansk. Powered by waters water from Radunia canal. Great Mill was built by the Teutonic Knights in 1350 and was partly burned in 1391. In 1836 the mill was modernized in the American way by mounting the turbine and the conveyor. The structure comb... Great Mill in Gdańsk - photo
markerG St. Nicolas Church in Gdańsk St. Nicolas Church is the oldest church in Gdańsk, erected in the late 12th century. In 1227 Świętopełk, Prince of Pomerania, bestowed the church on the Dominican friars, who were invited here through the persistent efforts of St. Jacek Odrowąż. The church combined with the monastery existed fro... St. Nicolas Church in Gdańsk - photo
markerH The Hall of the Old City in Gdańsk The Hall of the Old City in Gdańsk was erected in the period from 1587 to 1595 by Anthony van Obbergen. The building displays the classic features of high quality Mannerist Flemish architecture. The interiors feature 17th century allegorical wall paintings by Adolf Boy, and allegoric ceiling pai... The Hall of the Old City in Gdańsk - photo

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Name Gdańsk
Region Pomeranian
Country Poland (PL)
Population 455,830 inhabitants

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21.04.2014 - 23.04.2014

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