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Town Manor, a former coach house in Gdansk






Town Manor was originally part of the fortifications of the City. Designed by renowned architect John Strakowski Gdansk. As early as the fourteenth century in this place were three towers - Browarna, Schultz, Corner, at the beginning of the seventeenth connected building, the former purpose rooms of the building tells us today is clearly visible on the Corner 'Tower sculpture of a horse. It was something like today's taxi company, there were transport vehicles, carriages and carriage wedding. Revenue from the rental of fed money transport. In the nineteenth Fire Brigade took over the building. Today it is the seat of House Scout, on the wall is a plaque commemorating the fallen scouts Gdansk and murdered during World War II.