Granaries. 9 and 11 Grodzka Street. Historic warehouse buildings, located in the old town area on the Brda River. Constructed in the years 1793-1800, they are characterized by a half-timbered construction. Currently house the Leon Wyczółkowski District Museum in Bydgoszcz.

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Archer Monument, located in Jan Kochanowski Park, opposite the Polish Theatre in Bydgoszcz. One of the earliest and most important symbols of the city. The sculpture was made of bronze in 1908.

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Town Hall. Erected at the end of the 13th century, rebuilt twice (in the 16th and 19th centuries). One of the most valuable monuments of the Polish Renaissance. Currently the seat of the Chełmno Land Museum.

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St. Martin’s and Nicholas’ Cathedral. 2 Farna Street.Established in the 15th century, the building is one of the most significant monuments of Polish Gothic.There are two crowned images of Mary inside: Our Lady of Beautiful Love and Our Lady of Scapular.

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Grudziądzka Gate. 34 Grudziądzka Street.Built at the end of the 13th century, in the 14th century, enlarged by the gatehouse. Around 1620 it was extended by a chapel.

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Water Tower. 1 Filarecka Street. Constructed in neo-Gothic style, in the years 1898-1899. It’s 45 meters high. The building has a viewing platform from which you can enjoy the city panorama.

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Tenement House. 36 Grudziądzka Street. Built in the 15th or 16th century in the Gothic style. The rear elevation on the courtyard side has been preserved from that time. In the second half of the 18th century it was thoroughly rebuilt in the Rococo style.

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Market Hall. The corner of Podwale and Magdzińskiego Street. It was constructed between 1904 and 1906 according to a design by Boswau&Knauer. Neo-Gothic style. All construction works were performed by local companies and craftsmen.

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Tenement House. 13 Market Square. Constructed in the 14th – 15th century as a Gothic building. Rebuilt in the 17th and 18th century. It gained its present neo-Baroque appearance after reconstruction in 1932 according to the design of Theodor Bredefeldt.

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Lloyd’s Palace. 17 Grodzka Street. Erected between 1885 and 1886 by Captain Otto Liedtke. Made of brick on a square-shaped plan in the style of Dutch Mannerism. Various architectural details on the facades.

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Museum of Waterworks – Pump Hall. 242 Gdańska Street. Located in the water intake area of the Gdańsk Forest. The building was established in 1900. Eclectic style with predominantly neo-Gothic features. Since 1937 it was a water treatment plant. A historical collective well is located nearby the building.

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Wedding Palace (Guest Palace of the Branicki Family). 6 Kilińskiego Street. Built in the middle of the 17th century in the Baroque style, probably based on a design by Jan Zygmunt Deybel. Burned in 1944, rebuilt in 1950 to house the Revolutionary Movement Museum.Currently, the Registry Office is located there.

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Branicki Family Palace. One of the best preserved magnate residences of the Saxon era in the territory of the former Republic of Poland. Commonly known as “Versailles of Podlasie” or “Polish Versailles”. It’s origins date back to the 16th century. Reconstructed in late Baroque style, destroyed in 1944, rebuilt between 1946 and 1960.The Palace is part of the castle-park complex, which also includes a French and an English garden.

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Griffin Gate.The Great Gate was probably constructed in 1758 according to the design of J. H. Klemm. It is finished with a griffin holding a shield with Branicki’s initials in its claws, there are also sculptures of genius – caring deities.The gate underwent major renovations in 1828 and in the 1950s and 1970s.Since 1977, entered in the register of monuments. For several years a tourist information has been operating there.

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Orthodox Church of the Holy Spirit. 13 AntoniukFabryczny Street. An Orthodox Church, erected since the 1980s and consecrated in 1999.The largest Orthodox Church in Poland.Walls and domes forming it were given the shape of fire tongues, referring to Pentecost symbolism.Located next to the Orthodox Church, the 70-metre high belfry serves as a gateway to the temple.

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Cathedral of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary. Unique building in the style of Vistula-Baltic neo-Gothic. There are historic altars, a marble pulpit and a pipe organ from 1903. It was built between 1900 and 1907 as an annex to the Old Parish Church, the oldest temple in Białystok.

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Town Hall. 10 Kościuszko Square, Białystok. Late Baroque building, constructed in the years 1745-1761 with a clock tower from the Jan Klemens Branicki Foundation. The Town Hall has never been the seat of the city authorities. Originally, its function was commercial (market hall), while the tower was used by firefighters observing the city from above.Currently, the Town Hall houses the Podlaskie Museum.

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