We arrive in Toruń early morning since we’re doing a presentation at the local university in the evening. It’s 7 in the morning – all we think about is a coffee but there’s an old saying that goes like – if you don’t record with a drone first, the weather will take it out on you. Being faithful to the tradition, we start filming. The weather is not perfect but the visibility is good. Sun is struggling with the clouds and that’s enough to make us work. We succeed. It starts raining right after we finish.
The castle in Toruń is the oldest Teutonic Order castle in Chełmno Land. It’s construction started in the 50s in 13th century and ended in the mid 14th century. It was a good starting point for the conquest of Prussia and establishment of the State of the Order’s power. What remained? – Lower parts of the walls, cellars, towers and moat, as well as a hospital, upper mill and gates – Mill gate and Mint gate. It’s part of the Medieval City Complex which is on UNESCO’s Cultural Heritage List.