Reformed Franciscan Church
House of the Celej Family
The town's main museum is housed in a 17th-century town house (built around 1635) for the Celej family. Though it’s billed as a general...
The Baroque-style Gdańsk House, dating from 1795, is one of the most important buildings on the city's main square. It is not open to...
Houses of the Przybyła Brothers
These two adjoining Houses of the Przybyła Brothers, built in 1615 by brothers Mikołaj and Krzysztof, feature rich Renaissance,...
Galeria Herbaciarnia U Dziwisza
A civilised taste of an era when tea was a pastime; it boasts more than 100 varieties of tea leaf and an appealing range of calorie-rich...
Pod Wietrzną Górą
Pod Wietrzną can be expensive; meal price is calculated by weight and the slices of meat are generous. Otherwise, the meals are...
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Reformed Franciscan Church information
The Reformed Franciscan Church , on the nearby hill, was built at the end of the 16th century but lost its original style with subsequent Baroque and neoclassical decorations. The Franciscan brethren were compelled to leave the church twice in history: first between 1866 and 1928 when the tsar ordered the annulment of the order; and later under the Nazi occupation, when the Gestapo appropriated the complex.