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There is one amazing spot from which you can photograph a great panoramic view of Torun across the Vistula River. Sadly, I didn’t have time to go there so I share here the only panorama of Torun, which I managed this time.
This photo was taken from the tower of the Torun Cathedral, the one in which Copernicus was baptised. Here is the view of the Torun Cathedral:
In the red tiled rooftop there are two windows, and from them one can admire views in all directions, because of course there are more on the other side. You can see here the Old Town Market Square. Torun, similarly to few other towns which I have seen, has more than one market square. The oldest one is called Old Town Market Square but there is also one which is called New Town Market Square. New Town Market Square you can see in this photo:
In this view of the Old Town Market Square, you should be able to recognize already the spire of the Church of the Holy Spirit, in the left and also the tower of the Old Town Hall. If you look closer near the base of the Town Hall, you may spot the monument of Copernicus.

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Additional Photos by Mariusz Kamionka (mkamionka) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 6812 W: 105 N: 17790] (68818)
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