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Mill Island

Mill Island is a spatial heart of Bydgoszcz. One of the most unusual and enchanting places in Bydgoszcz. What makes the Island unique? First of all, its location in the heart of the city, just few steps from the Old Market Square. Starting from the Middle Ages, the Mill Island was the industrial centre for the next few centuries. The royal mint was located on the Mill Island, operated from 1594 to 1688.

Nowadays, the Mill Island is a green oasis in the city centre. Most of the buildings located on the Island Mill are from the nineteenth century. However, so-called cellar of the White Granary still remember the fifteenth century. Water, footbridges, old mills (now museums), red-brick buildings reflected in the depths of Młynówka (called Bydgoszcz Venice), groomed green-all this create an atmosphere of Bydgoszcz river island.

Mennica Street

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Master Twardowski, bydgoszcz, fot. R.Sawicki Every day at 13.13 and 21.13, among the clouds of smoke and to the accompaniment of music, Master Twardowski appears in one of the windows of tenement house No. 15 in the Old Market Square. In this building, there was an inn "Gospoda Pod Zgorzelcem".

The city's coat of arms, Bydgoszcz

The coat of arms of Bydgoszcz depicts a city gate with three towers, a raised portcullis and half-opened gate.

Włocławek

In the south-eastern part of Kujawsko-Pomorskie Voivodeship, on the River Vistula, we find Włocławek, a city that in the past was called the “capital of Kuyavia”, one of the oldest towns in Poland.

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