Gdańsk by Night
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  • 1. Gdańsk by night Go with us on a fantastic trip.
  • 2. The Town Hall of the Old City (1587 r.) This is a bulding with many old, beautiful furniture. Let us walk further.
  • 3. Jan Heweliusz’s monument. He was a very wise astronomer  (1611 – 1687)
  • 4. Grand Mill, with its characteristic huge, gable roof. (about 1350)
  • 5. The building of a National Polish Bank (1900 – 1902)
  • 6. Torture Chamber and Prision Tower (1506-1509). From 1594 there were a hearing room and wards. There was a prision from 1604 to 1858.
  • 7. The Godlen Gate (1612 – 1614) is the preetiest gate in the Old Town. Above we can see figures of Peace, Freedom, Fortune and Fame. Peace Freedom Fortune Fame
  • 8. Saint George Brotherhood’s Manor House (1494) Now go with us, to the Long Street. Saint George is overcoming the dragon – it is turret’s finial
  • 9. The Long Street and the Town Hall of the Main City. Most of tourists and residents of Gdansk love walking in this street. There are a lot of restaurants and coffe bars.
  • 10. The Town Hall of the Main City and the Long Market Street.
  • 11. The Artus Court (1350)-a big beautiful manor house in the Long Street. The Figure of Fortune (1616)
  • 12. The Neptune Fontain in front of the Artus Court (1613– a project, 1633– a start of the fontain). Neptun was a god of a sea.
  • 13. The Golden House (built in 1609-1618) The base-reliefs are covered with gold. Temida 
  • 14. The Green Gate on the end of the Long Market Street. (1564–1568 ). But in fact it is not green  .
  • 15. A view on the Long Seaside. There is the Crane (built in 1442–44) in the center .
  • 16. The Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary (built in 1343–1498). The biggest one built with bricks in Europe.
  • 17. The Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary –a view from Piwna Street.
  • 18. The Royal Chapel (1678–81). It is in St Mary’s Street.
  • 19. Great Armoury (1601–1609), a view from Piwna Street. Figure near portal A view from the Long Market Street.
  • 20. Great Armoury (1601–1609 ),a view from the Long Market Street. Gdańsk’s Coat of Arms
  • 21. The history of Gda n sk started 1010 years ago . For 146 years it belonged to Teutonic Knights, for 125 years it was included in a German Crow n , for 25 years it had the status of F ree C ity. During 714 Gdansk was under jurisdiction of Polish princes, kings and authorities. Our presentation shows how beautiful is Gdansk at night. You are welcome to see it during a day-it would be a big surprise! Good bye to everyone! It was very nice to have your companion.    Gdańsk