The Granaries

Forming a unique panorama, the complex of 26 granaries is undoubtedly the city?s landmark, attracting visitors by day and night. Built between the 16th and 18th centuries, they served as large storehouses for grain and other products that were transported down the Vistula river. As their walls were over one meter thick, they also performed defensive functions. Unfortunately, their middle section was ravaged by the 1907 fire. However, the buildings have been reconstructed to serve residential purposes.
Some of the granaries are now part of the Grudziądz Museum (four buildings away from the Brama Wodna ? Water Gate).
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