Gdansk in Poland visiting Tri City

Take a tour of Poland’s Tri-City area of Gdansk, Gdynia and Sopot to catch the summer sun. The Tri-City is a cosmopolitan metropolis with soft sandy beaches, breathtaking monuments, hundreds of local bars and restaurants and a unique atmosphere, thanks to its friendly, vibrant people....
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Vilnius Old Town – Didzioji Street

There are two important buildings at the head of Didzioji Street (Didžioji gatvė). On the right is”Frank’s House”, now the French Cultural Center with a café and bookshop. A symbolic coincidence: Henri Beyle, an officer in Napoleon’s army who later became the writer known as...
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Poznan in Poland

Poznan (Poznań) is a city in the western part of Poland. The city has been built on the shores of the River Warta and has arround 550,000 inhabitants. This makes Poznan the fifth largest city in the country. In the area arround Poznan another 1.1...
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Shop in Riga, Capital of Latvia

Galerija Centrs The Galerija Centrs is the only shopping center in Riga that boasts a tradition-rich history and a place in the very heart of the Latvian capital – the Old Town. For almost a century, this has been a place to indulge in the...
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Alytus in Lithuania

Alytus, considered the capital of Dzukija, this city straddling the Nemunas river is the largest urban center in the south of Lithuania and the sixth largest city in the country. Its origins have strong ties with the large fortress hill on the right bank of the...
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Torun in Poland

Torun (Polish: Toruń, German: Thorn) is a city in northern Poland, on the Vistula River. Torun is one of the oldest cities in Poland. The medieval old town of is the birthplace of the famous Polish astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus. In 1997 the medieval part of...
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Tylman van Gameren

Tylman van Gameren was a Dutch architect who worked in Poland. He was an outstanding representative of the trend towards classicism in High Baroque architecture. He was born on 3rd July 1632 in Utrecht, and died in 1706 in Warsaw. Tylman (Tielman) van Gameren was...
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