Colourful buildings
St. Mary's Basilica
St. Mary‘s Basilica is the world's largest brick church with a capacity of 25000 people !
St Mary's Basilica
St Mary's Basilica
St Mary's Basilica
St Mary's Basilica
St Mary's Basilica
St Mary's Basilica
St Mary's Basilica
St Mary's Basilica
Museum of the Second World War
Design: Studio Architektoniczne Kwadrat, 2017
The project has three distinct parts with the underground museum spaces dedicated to the past, the vast plaza representing the present, and the over 40m high, sculptural, leaning tower symbolising the future.
Museum of the Second World War
Museum of the Second World War
Museum of the Second World War
Museum of the Second World War
Gdańsk Archaeological Museum
The tenement house in which the Gdańsk Archaeological Museum is now housed, was originally constructed between 1597 and 1599. From 1846 it was the seat of the Gdańsk Naturalist Society. In 1866, an astronomical observatory, including a rotating dome, was installed in its 36m high tower. Badly destroyed during WWII, it was rebuilt between 1956 and 1961.
European Solidarity Center
Design: FORT Architects
Opened in 2014 on the 25th anniversary of the signing of the August Accords
European solidarity center
European solidarity center
European solidarity center
European solidarity center
European solidarity center
European solidarity center
Town Hall
Among the most beautiful Gothic-Renaissance buildings in the Gdansk.
Gdańsk Town Hall
Gdańsk Town Hall
Gdańsk Town Hall
Gdańsk Town Hall
Gdańsk Town Hall
Gdańsk Town Hall
Gdańsk Town Hall
Gdańsk Town Hall
Interested in more architecture highlights in Poland ? Have a look at my lists for WarsawKrakow and Poznan.
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