Many ancient cities in Europe retain good historical features and are world-renowned. In Poland, there is an ancient city with a thousand years of history. Although it is not a popular tourist destination, it is also very beautiful and worth visiting. Many people are not familiar with Poland, but they know that Germany, its neighbor to the west, because the two countries are neighbors to each other, historical grievances continue.
This ancient city is the coastal city of Gdansk in northern Poland. It is called "Danzig" in German. This is the largest city in northern Poland and the most important seaport city. Especially the downtown area retains a large number of Renaissance-style ancient buildings, and there are many Gothic and Baroque churches.
Gdansk is a tourist city with more tourists than Warsaw. The Long Street Market, also known as the Long Street Square, is a collection of scenic spots. The old city is full of ancient buildings along the river. Churches, bell towers, museums, markets and bars and restaurants can be seen everywhere. The amber museum rebuilt from the old prison is a landmark building in Gdansk. It displays the distribution, formation, processing, and a large number of precious amber collections.
The place where the Old Town of Gdansk enters the city is a long strip of square, a typical medieval pattern: the city hall, pointed towers, on both sides of the road there are artist easels and painting displays, there are music performances, jewelry stalls. The sun is shining, cozy and comfortable.
This place feels like something out of a story book sunsets and snowfall. walking around feels like you are taken back in time.
The long square in Gdansk is actually a relatively wide street. It has a golden gate on one end and a green gate on the other. There are colorful houses on both sides of the road, and some houses have very beautiful paintings. It used to be the patrol road of the Polish kings, so it is also called the Royal Mile.