Walking tour in Gdansk
The Wyzynna Gate
The Wyzynna Gate is the first building on the so called Royal Route that runs along Dliga and Dluga Targ streets towards the Greeen Gate island
Dluga street ,part of the so called Royal Route ,are betweeen the Golden and Green Gate â€“ are represent the most beautiful street in Gdansk .
Not far from here is the Renaissanceclassical ‘Golden Gate constructed between 1612-14 by Abraham van den Blocke with scluptures by Piort Ringerering which are allegories of the city inhabitant’s virtues .
Green Gate ď‚ž
The renaissance Green Gate at the end of Dluga street was build in 1568-71 by Regnier and Hans Kramer as the house for noble guests visiting Gdansk
The Crane ď‚ž
The Crane â€“ together with Neptune, is a symbol of the city. This is the biggest Medieval port crane in Europe.
The Neptune Fountain ď‚ž
The most symbolic attrection on Dluga Targ Street is the well-known symbol of the city of Gdansk, the monument to Neptune
Artur Court ď‚ž
The Artur Court was the house of wealthy craftsmen and merchans and was build in XIV C .
City Hall ď‚ž
Behind the mill on Korzenna Str. There is an Old Gdansk City Hall constructed between 1587-95 in the Netherlands
Mariacka Street ď‚ž
Whilst walking Dlugie Pobrzeze take a look through Maryâ€™s Gate toward Mariacka street .
This presentation was made by the greatest group ever : Kasper , Vladimir ,Cecile ,Kinga ,Nikoleta ,Louise ,Iza
Mirena Monika Tomek
Green G a
Green Gate is located at the end of Dlugi Targ Street and it was built between 1568-71 by Regnier and Hans Kramer as the house for noble guestst visiting Gdansk.
Neptun fountain is on the Doulgi Targ Street. It is the symbol of Gdansk. It was created in 1615 by Peter Husen and Johann Rogge and it was designed by Abraham Van Den Blocke.
Main city hall
It is built in 1379-1492. Itr houses the Gdansk City Historical Museum. There are many beautiful interiors in the City Hall but the best known is the Red Room, the White Room for audiances and the Treasury Room.
It was the house of whealthy craftsmen and merchants and it was built in sixteenth centuty. It was designed by Abraham Van Den Blocke. The brotherhood of Arthur was taken rom the idea of King Arthur and the knights of the Round Table- the name of the court comes from this legend as well.
It is the first building on the so called Royal Route that runs along Dluga and Dulga Targ streets towards the Green Gate to Granary Island. The gate you see before you was built by Hans Kramer in 1588 as part of the fortifications surrounding Gdansk.
Old town hall
Behind the mill on Korzenna Street there is an Old Gdansk City Hall constructed between 1587-95 in the Netherlands style. Here you will find a cultural centre where you can ask for the cultural events taking place in the city.
Golden ga te
It is the RenaissanceClassical ‘Gplden’ Gate, constructed between 1612-14 by Abraham Van Den Blocke with sculptures by Piotr Ringering which are allegories of the city inhabitant’s virtues: Peace, Freedom, Wealth, Glory.
Museum of Poli sh post
It is also a symbol of the city. This is the biggest Medieval port crane in Europe. The present structure is from 1442. It was used to unload ships and was also a tower and a city gate. At first glance this fragile looking wooden structure does not seen capable of lifting almost five tons of goods.
You have visited many places and now you have unlimited time to go down Mariacka Street with its shops and galleries. Amber, silver, paintings, sculpures are all in sale! While you are walking on this street have a look at the architecture of this charming street with its houses ornamented by grand facades and characteristic stairways and decorations.
The renaissance Green Gate was built by Regnier between 1568-71 as the house for nobles, guests, visiting GdaĹ„sk.
Neptune’s F ountain
This is the most sybolic attraction on Długi Targ street. It is well known sybol of the city of Gdańsk: the monument to Neptune. Unfortunately in that moment there wasn’t the statue of
King Arthu r â€™s House
The Arthur cort was the house of wealthy craftsmen. The brotherhood of Arthur was taken from idea of King Arthur and the knights of the Round Table.
Dluga Str e
Part of the so called Royal Route and between the Golden and Green Gate.
Itâ€™s a place that contains the Tenement House Museum
Golde n Gate
On golden gate there are some sculptures which are allegories of the city inhabitantâ€™s virtues: peace, freedom, wealth, glory.
Upland Gat e
The Old T ow
Behind the mill on Korzenna Str. there is an Old GdaĹ„sk City Hall constucted between 1587-95in the Netherlands style.
Polish Pos t Office Museum
Itâ€™s a museum to the memory of those who died during its heroic defence in 1939.
Great Crane l port a v ie d e gest m ig b e h t This is rope. u E n i e cran
Amber, sil ver sculptures , paintings are all on sale here !
The monumen t to Neptune is the most symbolic attraction and symbol of Gdańsk. The Fountain
King Arthurâ€™s House ď‚ž
Formerly it was meeting place for traders, a center of social life. The facade of the building is adorned with rich decorations
Dluga Street ď‚ž
It is one of the most notable tourist attraction of the city. It is part of the Royal Route. Dluga Street starts by Golden
Uphagen’s House In 1981
Uphagen’s house was made part of the History Museum of Gdańsk. In June 1998 the building was opened to the public.today it is one where you can cross the threshold and see the furnishings
Golden Gate ď‚ž
It was constructe d between 1612-1614. We can sculptures which are allegories of city inhabitiantâ€™ s virtues.
St. Mary’s Church
It is a Roman Catholic church in Gdańsk which is the largest brick church in the world. Inside the church is place for 25 000 people. St. Mary’s is definitely worthy of a
The Old Town Hall
The 16th century Renaissanc e building was once home to the ffice of the Polish astronomer Johann Hevelius, whose statue can be found in
Polish Post Office Museum ď‚ž
It is a museum to the of the defenders of this Post Office, who on 1 September 1939 fought for 14 hours against the Barbaria and
Great Crane ď‚ž
Itâ€™s the biggest Medieval port crane in Europe. In the past it was used to unload ships and it was
Mariacka Street In this street we can find a lot of shops and galleries which sell amber, silver and paintings.
Our journey in Gdansk started when the teachers told us that we will play a little game. They splitted us in small groups and they gave us a maps and a list of places we have to visit. It was something like a competition and we had to be quick and to use the map properly. It was very funny and interesting. Here are the places we visited.
GREEN GATE Our journey started at the Golden Gate. It was the first place we had to visit. Itâ€™s a bridge on the Motlawa river.
NEPTUNE’S FOUNTAIN The Neptune’s fountain is a well known symbol of the city of Gdansk. It was during moderating but this didn’t stop us to take a picture.
KING ARTHUR’S HOUSE Arthur court was the house of wealthy craftsmen and merchants and was built in XIV century. It isn’t very good picture because someone wanted to ruin it.
DLUGA STREET It’s located between Green Gate and Golden Gate. It’s very beautiful street with many interesting places to visit.
UPHAGENS’S HOUSE Our next stop was the Uphagens’s house and we don’t know ANYTHING about this place. Sorryyy
GOLDEN GATE Oh look this is the same picture we used in the slide with Dluga. The gate was constructed between 1612-1614 by Abraham van den Blocke. This should be enough.
OLD TOWN HALL This is on Korzenna str. Itâ€™s built between 1587-95 in the Netherlands style. It is a cultural centre where you can ask for the cultural events in the city
POLISH POST OFFICE MUSEUM The Post Office was a place of Gdansk defenders. There is a monument built for this people, who on 1st September 1939 fought with courage for 14 hours.
GREAT CRANE The Crane â€“ together with a Neptune, is a symbol of the City. It was used to unload ships and was also a tower and city gate.
It was the most interesting thing we did while we were in Poland :P. It wasn’t such a competition because all of the groups were helping each other to found the places and take pictures. It’s improving your skills to communicate with people from other countries and don’t get lost.