a month ago
The Warsaw Barbican is a barbican in Warsaw, Poland, and one of few remaining relics of the complex network of historic fortifications that once encircled Warsaw. Located between the Old and New Towns, it is a major tourist attraction
3 months ago
Remains of medieval fortifications in defense of the original center of Warsaw, have recently been rebuilt and, although fake, have a pleasant walk close to the historic center, which runs beside a garden maintained very well.
In the evening the doors are illuminated with funny plays of colored light. @gargio76
23 days ago
A must-see for anyone going to Poland as a historic site. Great restaurants for tourists.
2 months ago
Old city walls look really impressive. The nice thing is that you can stroll on them.
The most secure part of Warsaw against medieval invaders!