Schultz Tower in Gdansk

The tower did not survive into 20th century. After World War II in the years 1965-1970, together with the adjoining buildings was rebuilt on the basis of 18th and 19th century engravings.

Today the monument is part of the buildings forming the Scout’s House . The tower was named so in honor of 19th century Gdansk engraver J.C. Schultz, who opposed the demolition of the tower by the Prussian authorities.



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