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Kwidzyn's 14th-century castle has experienced numerous ups and downs over its lifetime, suffering the mos grievious loss in 1798 when the Prussians pulled down two sides (eastern and southern) and the main tower...
The cathedral attached to the castle is the familiar Gothic brick blockbuster, which has a suitably defensive appearance thanks to its 19th-century tower...
If you’ve seen the castle and have more time to kill, walk south along the line of the river, past impressive remnants of the old city walls, to this square behind Hotel Stary Malbork...
The fortress now operates as the Castle Museum and access is strictly controlled. Most of the rooms and chambers are open to visitors, housing dozens of exhibitions on various historical and archaeological topics.
Malbork’s blockbuster attraction is its show-stoppingly massive castle that sits on the banks of the sluggish Nogat River, an eastern arm of the Vistula...
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