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Mill Gate

Brama Młyńska (Mill Gate, also called "Harbor Gate" and "Water Gate") is an old city gate of Stargard Szczeciński, in Poland, which functioned also as a watergate. In medieval times the watch lowered a portcullis into the river for the night, which secured Stargard harbour, situated behind the fortification (an exception in this area), from intruders. Both towers have the so-called Stargard blend motive (the same as in St. Mary's church). Today the Mill Gate is the seat of Stargard's Society of Fine Art Lovers.

See also

Waterpoort, another surviving medieval watergate.

Coordinates: 53°20′29″N 15°02′43″E / 53.34139°N 15.04528°E / 53.34139; 15.04528


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