Torun, Poland


The city of Torun, which has brought him fame born - the astronomer Copernicus, was founded by Teutonic Knights in the XIII century. Here you can still see the ruins of the castle, which have not changed since then, both in the Middle Ages, the castle was destroyed by urban residents outraged. Torun - one of the few Polish cities that survived during the Second World War. The well-preserved Old Town is listed as UNESCO World Heritage sites. Be sure to take in the magnificent Old Town Hall. Torun is also famous for its gingerbread.

Places of interest in Torun