Warsaw Journey: The Warsaw Copernicus Museum of Science and Technology is open until 8pm and 6:30pm. You can still see many children reluctantly playing here. This museum allows children to broaden their knowledge, which is really good
After going to Poland, he came to Torun and Malbork, the small intangible cultural heritage cities of the Middle Ages. On the way, I saw the world's first statue of Jesus, which is higher than Rio Cristo, with the Lord Jesus wearing a crown. Torun is famous for the birthplace of Copernicus, the castle built by the Teutonic Knights of the Crusaders in the 13th century. Marburg is the headquarters of the Teutonic Knights. The setting sun is smeared on the red bricks, reflecting the reflection of the moat, and the setting sun melts gold...
Torun raised the great scientist Copernicus, and it is also known as the city of Copernicus. On the Old Town Square, there is a 5-story Gothic building with a red brick structure called the Copernicus Museum. It mainly displays some daily necessities and scientific utensils of Copernicus when he was young, as well as some scientific manuscripts. The museum is relatively simple, but the building is very beautiful. Everyone can visit by the way, there is no need to come here specially.
The birthplace of Copernicus, now a Museum of Science and History has been built, using sound and light technology to showcase some famous scientists and their academic achievements. It also shows the European lifestyle and trade development.
Torun, a medieval town, a world heritage, the hometown of Copernicus!