Morag

Morag

Check-in date 08. 04. 20
Check-out date 09. 04. 20
Morag

The city was founded in 1327 based on the Chełmno Law. At the beginning of its history, the city belonged to the Teutonic Order, and in 1410 Władysław Jagiełło restored it to Poland in the victorious battle of Grunwald during his march towards Malbork. From 1466, the city was occupied by monastic Prussia and from that time remained in the possession of the Teutonic Order, and then Prussia, until 1945.

 

The rich history of Morąg left its traces in the form of the Teutonic Order's castle of zuDohna family, the church of St. Peter and Paul from the 14th century and the Gothic Town Hall from 1444 before which cannons taken from Paris after the Prussian-French War of 1870 stand. In the vicinity of Morąg there is also the Morąskie floodplain where there are 150 species of animals, of which 18 are in the Polish Red Book of Animals.  

Distance: 12km
Time: about 15 min

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