Nicolaus Copernicus House, 15 Kopernika St. Mga natatanging view: 1080 (6 sa 7 (na) araw) Mga natatanging pag-download: 34 (0 sa 7 (na) araw) Natatanging mga click ng model ng Google Earth: 258 (0 sa 7 (na) araw)
The present-day Copernicus museum house comprises two buildings: the older and bigger one at 15 Kopernika Street, and the younger and smaller one at 17 Kopernika Street. Both are Gothic buildings.
The bigger one was built around 1350. Today it is a showcase of a lavish medieval patrician house in a Hanseatic city with its extremely well-preserved and richly ornate façade, interiors (including the so-called high ceiling hall or high vestibule) and interior layout. Nicolaus Copernicus was allegedly born here, yet this fact is by no means certain.
The neighbouring smaller house dates back to around 1464-80 and is an equally good example of a Gothic burgher house. One can find there not only exhibitions directly related to the great astronomer, but the furnishings and interiors of a Gothic patrician house as well.
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