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Walk throught Wejherowo

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Walk throught Wejherowo

Old market with the City Hall in Wejherowo - The parish church of the Most Holy Trinity - The St. Anna’s Franciscan Monastic Church - The Przebendowski and Keyserlingk Palace - Museum of Kashubian and Pomeranian Literature and Music - The Wejherowo Calvary 

About the offer

Amount of days

1

Recommended month

Sierpień

Recommended budget

5.0 PLN

Tourist regions

Northern Kashubia

godz. 10:00
30 min
The City Hall in Wejherowo
The City Hall in Wejherowo

The City Hall in the town square, referred to as Jakub Wejher's Square, is an architectural symbol of Wejherowo. The first City Hall was built in 1650, the same year that Wejherowo obtained its city rights. Today, the residents and tourists can admire the structure from the year 1908.

godz. 10:00
20 min
The parish church of the Most Holy Trinity
The parish church of the Most Holy Trinity

This is the first church built by Jakub Wejher in 1643-44. The original structure, despite the redevelopments carried out in the 18th Century and in the 1920s, managed to largely retain its Baroque character.

godz. 11:00
2:00 h
The Przebendowski and Keyserlingk Palace
The Przebendowski and Keyserlingk Palace

When Ignacy Franciszek Przebendowski began to build his family residence on the western shore of the Cedron stream in the 18th Century, no one expected that the building would play such a key role in the culture of northern Kashubia.

godz. 13:00
1:00 h
The St. Anna’s Franciscan Monastic Church
The St. Anna’s Franciscan Monastic Church

The protection of the Calvary is performed by the Franciscans, whose monastery complex with St. Anna's Church is one of the most important and oldest monuments in the city.

godz. 14:00
3:00 h
The Wejherowo Calvary
The Wejherowo Calvary

The Kashubian Jerusalem is the third-oldest Calvary in Poland and one of the most valuable sacral monuments of Pomerania. It is referred to as the spiritual capital of Kashubia, which has been visited by numerous pilgrims from the entire area throughout the centuries.