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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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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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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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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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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Opera Nova, ul. Ferdynanda Focha 5, Bydgoszcz. Established in 1956. One of the 10 opera houses in Poland, the only one in the Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship.…

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