Gniew - a small and very charming city on the left bank of the Vistula in the Pomeranian Voivodeship in Poland. There are many monuments and tourist attractions in Gniew: the Gothic Teutonic castle, the Marysieńka Palace, the medieval layout of the city, the town hall, tenements, the parish church. St. Nicholas, defensive walls.
Gniew from a bird's eye view
Aerial view of the old city of Gniew. There is the Gothic parish church of St. Nicholas, the market square, the old town and the Teutonic Castle in the distance.
The castle in Gniew was built in the 13th century by the Teutonic Order on a hill on the Vistula River.
Gniew Town and Commune Office
The historic town hall in Gniew on the market square (Grunwaldzki Square) in the center of the old town.
The Vistula River in Gniew
Near Gniew, the Vistula flows in the Kwidzyn Valley, which is the final fragment of the Lower Vistula Valley.
Panorama of the city
Panorama of the old town in Gniew with the preserved medieval layout of streets and tenements.
Old town of Gniew
The historic old town of Gniew - a medieval street layout and tenement houses from the 15th to the 19th century. A walk around the city is a real pleasure!
Hotel in the Teutonic Castle
A four-star hotel with a SPA in the Gothic Teutonic Castle and Marysieńka Palace in Gniew. More photos of castles you can see in the gallery: Castles in Poland.
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