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As the Barbakan is close to the Castle and the Castle Square, it is easy to include the Barbacan when planning your visit. Too much history for one review, but worth seeing.
It is especially beautiful at night.
Continuing on to the old town and we enter the old city via this old gate which was once part of a fortification from 1548 – ok so it is not that old – remember restored in 1954: but nevertheless there is a moat –...More
Dating back to the sixteenth century, the Barbican is one of the few surviving remnants of Warsaw's medieval fortifications. It is a semi-circular brick structure with defensive turrets and crenellations and spanned the moat surrounding the city walls protecting one of the city gates from...More
When you are in Old town Warsaw, after visit the Old town market square you will find a street that leads you to the old brick Barbakan Fort that was a nice surprise for us!
With beautiful views from the city, the remaining walls that...More
Warsaw Barbican is very well restaured, beautiful and full of alleys and shops. Many artists regularly display their paintings there. I bought a beautiful one and recommended to take a look at their work. Love the medieval atmosphere inside the fortification. Highly recommended it!
We stopped here during our Walking Tour with Jacek who explained the significance of this attraction. Some parts of the walls had been repaired, other parts are still in progress during our visit.
At the conclusion of our tour, I realized how near these walls...More