Zlota Brama

Interesting
Built in the 17C by the son of the architect who designed the Upper Gate (Brama Wyzynna), Golden Gate consists of a triumphal arch with two tiers of columns and a balustrade topped with allegorical statues representing Peace, Liberty, Glory and Fortune. It marks the beginning of the Royal Way (Ulica Dluga and Dlugi Tarf), that extends all the way to the quays beside the River Motlawa. In bygone days, the King of Poland would parade down the Royal Way on his yearly visit to town.

Useful information

Adresse : 

Ul. Dluga

Nearby tourist attractions

Court of the Fraternity of St George
Court of the Fraternity of St George
Adjacent to the Golden Gate (Zlota Brama
30 minutes
Court of the Fraternity of St George
Court of the Fraternity of St George
Adjacent to the Golden Gate (Zlota Brama
30 minutes
Grand Arsenal
Grand Arsenal
Standing at the end of Ulica Piwna, this
30 minutes
Upper Gate
Upper Gate
Most of the main streets in Gdansk are
15 minutes
The Royal Way
The Royal Way
Linking the Upper Gate to the Green Gate
60 minutes
Ulica Dluga (Long Street)
Ulica Dluga (Long Street)
This slightly curving street is one of
15 minutes
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Court of the Fraternity of St George
Court of the Fraternity of St George
Adjacent to the Golden Gate (Zlota Brama
30 minutes
Court of the Fraternity of St George
Court of the Fraternity of St George
Adjacent to the Golden Gate (Zlota Brama
30 minutes
Grand Arsenal
Grand Arsenal
Standing at the end of Ulica Piwna, this
30 minutes
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Other ideas « Art and Culture »

Court of the Fraternity of St George
Court of the Fraternity of St George
Adjacent to the Golden Gate (Zlota Brama
30 minutes
Court of the Fraternity of St George
Court of the Fraternity of St George
Adjacent to the Golden Gate (Zlota Brama
30 minutes
Grand Arsenal
Grand Arsenal
Standing at the end of Ulica Piwna, this
30 minutes
See all