Barbican was the old city of Warsaw, but the red brick castle was later rebuilt. It was originally a defensive fortification of the ancient city of Warsaw. Now there is a small exhibition hall inside which some old pictures of Warsaw are displayed, from which we can see that Poland's fate has gone through many ups and downs.
Barbican, located in the old city of Warsaw, is a long-standing military fortress with dark red exterior walls. The battlements above the fortress are used for shooting. The whole fortress is semi-circular. The fortress was destroyed by German forces in World War II. Now it is seen rebuilt after World War II.
Now it is a famous tourist attraction in Warsaw. In fact, it is a small defensive fortification, just between the new city and the old city.
The environment is excellent, but it's better to drive by yourself.
Barbican is a semi-circular fortification between Warsaw's old and new cities. During World War II, the city buildings were badly damaged. After the war, the government funded the reconstruction of the city from 1952 to 1954, and now it has become a famous tourist attraction.
A semi-circular fortification in the old city of Warsaw lies between the old city and the new city of Warsaw.
A semi-circular fortification, brick red, can walk to the wall, along the way there are many restaurants.
The overall appearance here is like a castle in a fairy tale.
Red spires and yellow exterior walls have a long history.