The gothic Town Hall is a symbol of the past glory of the town.
For centuries this almost square marketplace has been the main tourist attraction of Toruń.
This magnificent gothic house is considered to be the birthplace of Nicholas Copernicus.
According to the legend, this medieval fortified tower was built by a Teutonic knight from Toruń as a penance for committed sins.
The construction of the cathedral started in mid–13th century and was continued in stages for over 200 years. It is the biggest of all town’s churches.