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Neptune's Fountain

Gdansk, Poland
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The fountain is located on Dlugi Targ Square (translated from Polish, this name means “long market”). The sculptural composition is considered a symbol of Gdansk. She personifies the inextricable connection of the city with the sea. The fountain in the Flemish style was created by sculptor A. van der Blok in the XVII century. Later, decorative elements were added to the sculpture - a figured lattice and a bas-relief in the Rococo style, depicting sea monsters.
Neptune's Fountain
Address:Długi Targ, Gdańsk
Hours:monday: Open 24 hours tuesday: Open 24 hours wednesday: Open 24 hours thursday: Open 24 hours friday: Open 24 hours saturday: Open 24 hours sunday: Open 24 hours

Michał Radowski

One of the most important spot in Gdansk. Must see for all turists but also a nice place for walk for locals.

Mirek Zabski

According to Roman mythology, Neptune was the king of the seas and oceans. He managed a large kingdom of the water. Neptune was a just ruler who suppo.. Read more »

Kate Borkowska

Very cool looking fountain right in the middle of long street.

vanessa LIO

Most stunning street corner in the old town Gdańsk, totally breath taking with its history & brillant architectures. You won’t miss it if you visit th.. Read more »


Amazing fountain. Especially beautiful at night. Many café and restaurants near by and the whole area buzzing. Highly recommend!

Paweł Gąsior

Obligatory place when you visit Gdansk.

Magdalena Ivanova

One of the most beautiful places in Gdańsk. I strongly recommend.

Raf Rafal

Well, a definite must see whilst visiting Gdańsk

Enelyn Uri

Interesting place. A lot of people visiting and taking photo.

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