Tczew is located in the eastern part of the Pomeranian County, southeast of Gdańsk – on the western bank of the Wisła River.
The name of the place was first mentioned in the sources in 1198. A castle was built on the site and Tczew was granted market town rights in 1260, issued by Prince Sambor II. After the partition of Poland in 1772, Tczew came under Prussia. After World War I, the city returned to Poland.
A section of the Central Sea Museum in Gdańsk, located in an old industrial building that has housed a factory for agricultural machinery.
Holy Cross Church – parish church.
The oldest attraction in the city (from the 13th century)
Dominican Church (14.arh.)
a Dutch windmill from 1806. It is quite rare, of wood, with 5 wings and a swivel top.
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