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Gniew Castle, Gniew

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#20 of 86 in Historic Sites in Pomerania Province
Must see · Castle · Historic Site
Gniew Castle is a former castle of the Teutonic Order, built after 1290. By the Second Peace of Thorn (1466) it became Polish and was given to Duke Jan de Jani of the Clan of Ostoja, the voivode of Pomerania by the King. It has been expanded and rebuilt several times since. The castle has been restored in the late 20th century.

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  • I've been there a few times already. Twice getting a guide. Once it was an old lady for the night walk with the lanterns - and it was perfect. She was such a great woman, telling important fact and...  more »
  • Reccomend a visit to the dungeon or at least a guided tour. Tours run through the day and take you through the whole castle with a good guide  more »
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  • Lovely place, has everything we needed for a family holiday. Beautiful place for a gateway
  • I didn't like this castle and it's underground is awful. How they could allow children visit underground with ancient torture devices?! Not recommend for children, pregnant woman and for people with hart problems!
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