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MS Sołdek is a museum ship moored in front of the granaries...
Built on the site of a Dominican monastery, the 19th- century Market Hall is more interesting for its wrought-iron 19th-century railway-station architecture than for the procession of butchers, bakers and wedding-dre...
The extensive collection stresses the Polish cultural and ethnic roots of the region; if you haven’t had your fill of views elsewhere, you can also go to the top of the building’s tower .
The tall octagonal tower rising in front of the market hall is a remnant of the medieval fortifications and dates from around 1400. Today it houses a photo shop.
Behind the cathedral is the 18th-century abbots’ palace, now home to the Polish modern art branch of the National Museum of Gdańsk.
This interesting collection of rural household implements and crafts from the region is installed in an unusual granary.
The Tower Clocks Museum features a collection of old tower clocks from the 15th century onwards.
The Foregate is home to the Amber Museum , wherein you can marvel at the history of Baltic gold.
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