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The Monuments of the Old Oliwa

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The Monuments of the Old Oliwa

Oliwa Cathedral - The Department of Ethnography in the Abbots’ Granary – The Department of Modern Art in the Palace of Abbots in Oliwa - Oliwa Park -Pacholek - Mill IX by the Jelitkowski Stream - Polanki Street

About the offer

Amount of days

1

Recommended month

Lipiec

Recommended budget

18.0 PLN

Tourist regions

Gdansk

godz. 10:00
2:00 h
Oliwa Cathedral
Oliwa Cathedral

This is a beautiful relic of the White Monks, the Cistercians, who lived and prayed in Oliwa Abbey. It is a long (107 m), brick basilica with a transept and farmyard surrounding the presbytery, constructed in stages during the Roman and Roman-gothic (13th Century) and gothic (second half of the 14th Century) periods.

godz. 12:00
1:00 h
The Department of Ethnography in the Abbots’ Granary
The Department of Ethnography in the Abbots’ Granary

The collections of the ethnography section cover the area of eastern Pomerania, which covers the following ethnographic groups: Kashubia, Kociewie, Bory, Lower Powiśle and Żuławy. The museum collects artifacts depicting the material, social and spiritual culture of these groups.

godz. 13:00
1:00 h
The Department of Modern Art in the Palace of Abbots in Oliwa
The Department of Modern Art in the Palace of Abbots in Oliwa

The Palace of Abbots, a pearl of 18th Century architecture, is located in the heart of Oliwa Park. Its advantages are enhanced by the beauty of the natural surroundings.

godz. 14:00
1:00 h
Oliwa Park
Oliwa Park

Oliwa Park, the green jewel on the map of the region, has a long history. It was probably created in the Middle Ages but its great architectural shape was designed at the turn of 18th and 19th Centuries.

godz. 15:00
1:00 h
Pachołek
Pachołek

Situated in one of the most captivating districts of the city, Gdańsk-Oliwa, Pachołek is a 100-metre-high hill. In the past it was called Karlsberg (The Karl Hill). The name Pachołek (servant, lackey) is likely to originate from monastery servants - they would pasture pigs in the nearby forest, so it is possible that they also built a shed at the top of the hill to shelter themselves from the rain.