Golub-Dobrzyń might sound like a minor character in The Lord of the Rings, but in fact it's a town about 40km east of Toruń. Dobrzyń, on the southern bank of the Drwęca River, is a boxy, uninteresting place, but Golub was founded in the 13th century as a border outpost of the Teutonic Knights, who left behind one of their typically impressive castles. If Toruń hasn’t quite satisfied your appetite for Gothic-era red-brick structures, then an easy half-day excursion to G-D may do the trick.
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