Torun – Copernicus’ Birthplace

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So far the weather in Poland has been quite hectic. But that hasn’t stopped us from having a great time in Torun, birth place of Copernicus. We walked under the sun and the rain, and pretty much on our own at night since this beautiful town has been overlooked by mass tourism. Our hotel Apartamenty Molus, a 16th century old house with authentic furniture and original painted ceiling, overlooked the Main Square. Poland was playing the European Football Championship so everyone was watching the game and cheering. We specially loved the tiny sculptures scattered all around and the delicious and cheap polish pancakes. Next stop: Gdansk!

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