8 Sights in Grudziądz, Poland (with Map and Images)
Explore interesting sights in Grudziądz, Poland. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 8 sights are available in Grudziądz, Poland.List of cities in Poland Sightseeing Tours in Grudziądz
1. Brama Wodna
The Waterpoort (Polish: Brama Wodna; German: Wassertor) is a city gate in the Polish city of Grudziądz (German: Graudenz). The Gothic gate is an example of brick gothic and has been on this place since the beginning of the 14th century. De Poort is part of the city wall of Grudziądz, which was connected to the Crusader Castle of Grudziądz. The city had several city gates, but the Waterpoort is the only one that has been preserved. The Waterpoort consists of two floors. The gate is connected to a few (pack) houses, which also had a defensive function. In addition to this gate, the Stedelijk Museum of Grudziądz can be found.
2. Kościół pw. Świętego Mikołaja
Collegiate Basilica of St. Nicholas in Grudziądz – originally a parish church (parish church), since 1992 collegiate church, since 2010 it also bears the title of minor basilica. The temple serves as a Marian sanctuary associated with the cult of the image of Our Lady of Grace. Currently, the church and the whole parish are taken care of by Fr. can. Dariusz Kunicki.
3. Pomnik ułana z dziewczyną
The monument of an uhlan with a girl in Grudziądz - also called "Uhlan and the Girl", is a sculpture in the Old Town, unveiled on the crown of the wall of stairs leading from Spichrzowa Street to Błonia Nadwiślańskie, at the junction with Ratuszowa Street, in the immediate vicinity of the town hall, parish church and historic granaries.
4. Brama Toruńska
Toruń Gate – one of the 5 gates in the defensive walls of Grudziądz. It defended the bridge over the stream used as a moat, allowing entry to the town from the south. Built in the early fourteenth century, demolished at the end of the nineteenth century. The bridge and the foregate tower have been preserved.
5. Cmentarz ewangelicki
Honeycomb cemetery. The Grudzuzu cemetery is a cemetery complex, located behind the city park, consisting of a Catholic (Farny) and an evangelical cemetery with blurred internal boundaries and an open space for a former Jewish cemetery. After World War II, it was also called the Central Cemetery.
6. Kościół pw. świętego Franciszka Ksawerego
Baroque Jesuit band in Grudzuzz-St. Francis Xavier and the former Jesuit Academy, now City Hall, are the seat of City Hall. Built in the 17th-18th century, it is located in the city center, northwest of the market, adjacent to the farm church.
7. Jaskinia Klonowa
Maple Cave – the cave is located in the slope of Kępa Forteczna, on the border of the Grudziądz district of Małe Tarpno and the village of Nowa Wieś in the municipality of Rogóźno. In its vicinity there is the Cave Under the Willow.
8. Jaskinia pod Wierzbą
Cave Pod Wierzba - a cave on the slope of a fortress clump, on the border of the Grudziadz District of Małe Tarpno and the village of Nowa Wieś. It is located within the same sandstone forming a clone cave.
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