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The Dluga Street is the longest one in old town Gdańsk. It starts from the Green gate and ends at the Golden gate. In between are back to back colorful 3 to 4 stories houses, each with its own decor and history. One of the...More
Gdansk was reconstructed after the war, and this means that places like this still have their medieval appearance, but also look relatively new and the buildings are in excellent condition.
The result can look a little like a "disneyland" experience, but this is a really...More
This street is the main street in the historic center of Gdansk (old town). Although Gdansk was heavily bombed in the World War II, the buildings are well reconstructed and you have the feeling of a really old city. It ends at the Długi Targ,...More
This is a must visit street in Gdansk. It is also known as Long Street. It is full of amazing architectural buildings. There are restaurant/bars and shops located on this street.
It is located between Golden Gate and the Green Gate.
You just cannot miss...More
We walked along this street stopping a number of times to walk at the buildings and the paintings on some of the walls. These paintings showed the fashion of years gone by all very interesting. We also spotted along with other land marks a monument...More
Response from Adam_Borek | Reviewed this property |
I am not an expert but that is what I know. The rich merchants wanted to display their wealth as creatively as possible, that is why every house had a different color. An other sign of their creativity were the roofs... More
I am not an expert but that is what I know. The rich merchants wanted to display their wealth as creatively as possible, that is why every house had a different color. An other sign of their creativity were the roofs top. when you look carefully you will notice that every rooftop is different.