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The European Route of Brick Gothic was awarded a gold medal for "outstanding achievements in the preservation of historic monuments in Europe" at the denkmal2010 fair in Leipzig. 

Cities on the European Route of Brick Gothic...

Learn about the individual histories and cultures of the countries and cities along the Route, while discovering affinities reflected in the region's Brick Gothic architecture and a common Hanseatic past. Denmark

No site is more than 50 kilometres from the coast, and you'll find Brick Gothic monuments everywhere in the Scandinavian country – for example in Haderslev, distinguished by the cobblestone-paved streets of its Old Town with its many hidden courtyards. Head off on a historical and cultural journey of discovery! Germany

The architecture and culture of northern Germany has been shaped by the use of luminous red brick – regardless of whether you find yourself in the modern Hanseatic cities, its lively university towns, or in the faraway old towns and sublime monasteries located in the region's interior, you'll discover Brick Gothic monuments. Follow your curiosity and go exploring! Poland

Following the trail left by the Brick Gothic movement through Poland, the visitor will discover outstanding examples of the style. St. Mary's church in Gdánsk is the largest Brick Gothic church in the world. Located on the sloping bank of the Weichsel river, Płock is the oldest city in the Polish region Masovia, its imposing skyline just as impressive as the one to be found in Olsztyn.