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  • Walk in Warsaw: Royal Route

    Royal Castle Square and Zygmunt's Column This square, from which the streets Krakowskie Przedmieście, Senatorska, Podwale, Piwna,  Świętojańska and Kanonia all start, is the heart of Warsaw's Old Town and one of the most characteristic places in the capital. The oldest monument in the city stands

  • Euro 2012. What to see in Warsaw

    Pictures of Warsaw - panoramas and monuments Best of Warsaw - Old Town monuments Warsaw Old Town - take a stroll down amazing streets and alleys Warsaw center attractions Royal Route in Warsaw - visit the most beautiful monuments Warsaw sightseeing - see the venues around center Warsaw attractions

  • Walk in Gdańsk: Main Town

    Targ, which form the Royal Route, run from the Złota Brama (Golden Gate) to the Zielona Brama (Green Gate) and end on the shore of the Motława. Długi Targ (Long Market) is actually an elongated rectangle, in contrast to traditional market squares. However its purpose was the same - for trade

  • Walk in Cracow: Market Square and Wawel Castle

    was built and combined with the Barbican gate neck (demolished in the mid-nineteenth century). Since that time, it has become a gateway to the city featuring on the Royal Route leading to Wawel. The baroque roof of the gate was installed in 1660 by councillor Jan Zaleski. In the passageway is a shrine

  • Tourist routes in Gdańsk: Symbols and memorials

    kings visiting the city. Here the so-called Royal Route began, running down ul. Długa and the Long Market to the Golden (Złota) and Wyżynna Gates. Interestingly, the Green Gate was not ever visited by any of the Polish monarchs. The only royal visitor was in 1646 by the future wife of Władysław IV, and

  • Do it in the Tri-City! Alternative guide - part one

    Gdańsk, Długa st. and Długi Targ Gdańsk is one of the few cities in Poland not to possess a main square. Instead, for many years, this role was assumed by the main street, in which the most important institutions functioned and where merchants set up their stalls. At the same time it was the Royal