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Toruń is the second capital of the Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship (Kujawsko-Pomorskie Voivodeship), next to Bydgoszcz, famous for its beautiful old town, delicious gingerbread and Nicolaus Copernicus, who was born here. It is one of the oldest cities in Poland, having been granted city status in 1232. The A1 motorway, which connects the north of Poland to its south, runs alongside it. 

The Leaning Tower

Although the most famous leaning tower is in Pisa, the one in Toruń has nothing to be ashamed of. It is one of 52 fortified towers, and its tilt is 1.46 m. Where does its lean come from? The tower is close to the river, so a landslide is most likely responsible for its tilt, although legend has it that a Teutonic friar built it as an act of penance for a broken chastity vow.

Market Square 

Toruń's Old Town Market Square is one of the most beautiful of its kind in Poland. The square is home to the Holy Spirit Church, the Artus Court Cultural Centre, the Old Town Hall and the Nicolaus Copernicus statue, as well as numerous pubs and restaurants

The Living Gingerbread Museum

Anyone who has tasted Toruń's gingerbread at least once will love its taste. The sweet, slightly spicy pastry has been baked here for centuries. In the Live Gingerbread Museum, you can find out more about this delicacy, as well as bake and personally decorate your own gingerbread.


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