Torun, a medieval town in Poland, is the birthplace of Christmas gingerbread. This is a food that contains a lot of ginger and cinnamon. It is said that during the Crusades, ginger was a very expensive imported spice. Willing to use it on important festivals like Christmas and Easter. Add ginger to cakes and biscuits to increase flavor and have the function of fighting off cold. Over time, gingerbread has become a snack associated with Christmas. There is also a legend in the UK that unmarried women can meet their ideal partner after eating gingerbread. After being given the Christmas atmosphere, gingerbread soon became the most suitable dessert for Christmas. This old shop passing by on Torun Street is probably the most famous one, and there is an endless stream of people coming to buy it. In addition to gingerbread, the small city of Torun is also worth visiting. It was originally established by the Teutonic Knights in 1232 and later became an important commercial center in the Middle Ages. It is a relatively well-preserved ancient city in Poland and listed in the world. Cultural heritage. It is also the hometown of Copernicus.