Ivy Tower in Lebork

Its name derives from the dense overgrown ivy that grew on it. In winter 1855 ivy froze completely due to severe frosts. From those times remained just a memory.

The construction of this tower is very interesting because it differs from the other towers forming the town’s medieval fortifications. At its base the Ivy Tower a four-sided tower. From the second storey its shape changes to the octagon. The tower is covered with a pointed roof covered with tiles. The roof is topped with a piece of a copper ball. Bricks called “zendrówki” create a pattern and provide elevation characteristic of Lebork fortifications, and their dark color stands out creating graphic themes.



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