Piekary 37, Toruń, Kujawsko-Pomorskie, Poland • http://www.poland.travel
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These are three apartment houses in which arched passages have been built to allow easy traffic. House no. 37 has a baroque facade from XVIII century, the passage was made in 1911; remaining passageways date from 1936. The name of the Caesar’s Arch derives from the name of the architect, Karl Caesar, who executed the first passage.
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