St. John's Church, Gdansk, Poland

The tower of St. John’s Church is one of those which characterise the Gdańsk skyline. It dates to the 14th Century but is in very poor condition today. This is largely because of the terrible damage inflicted during World War II. However, it has taken an excessively long time to start serious renovation works on this church – something which is still ongoing today.

The church is occasionally used for concerts, but is otherwise merely a presence just off the main tourist trail of Gdańsk which is still patiently awaiting restoration to its former glory.

Photo - Andrew J. Müller

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