A few photos from Kościerzyna - a city in northern Poland, which by some people is called the capital of Kashubia.
Kościerzyna is a city located in northern Poland in Kashubia and it can be reached by car or train from Gdańsk or Gdynia in about an hour. The photo shows the DK20 road, i.e. the Kościerzyna bypass, which is 7.5 kilometers long and bypasses the city from the south.
There is a market square surrounded by nineteenth-century tenement houses in the center of Kościerzyna. The medieval street layout has been preserved in the central part of the city. I recommend the spherical photo - you can take a look from above and talk to different places :-)
Top view of the market square with restaurant and cafe gardens and a fountain. It is worth to sit there for a coffee or dinner and observe the peaceful and unhurried life characteristic of small towns.
There are lakes in Kościerzyna, which is sometimes called the capital of Kashubia. There are several of them in the city and a dozen in the vicinity. The photo shows the largest lake in Koscierzyna, Lake Wierzysko. You can see more photos of the lakes in the gallery Kashubian Lake District.
Neo-Baroque Church of the Holy Trinity and the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Kościerzyna, Queen of Families at 5 Kościelna Street in Kościerzyna.
The Town Hall in Kościerzyna is this two-story brick building on the eastern side of the market square. The town hall was built in the years 1843-1844. Currently, this building houses the Museum of the Koscierzyna Land.
Roman Catholic Church of Of the Lord's Resurrection at 10 Świętojańska Street in Kościerzyna. The neo-Gothic church was built by Evangelicals in the years 1892-94.
A bird's eye view of Koscierzyna.
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