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It is not a castle or even its relics, but an archeological site. Unfortunately the castle was take down in 19th c.
The Puck Castle was built on the verge of 14th-15th century by the Crusaders and quickly becomes one of the centers of their administration. After Poland regained the Gdansk Pomerania in 1454 until 1795 the castle was a residence of the royal administrator for the region. A huge enlargenent in 16th c. made the castle an improtant element of Polish sea-defency policy.
From the 1991 there are archeologistical works there. Till now the academics found between others basements of the first castle building, fragments of the old gate and the oven used in castle's baths.
Written Jul 24, 2004
Favorite thing: There is a tavern by the port in Puck, which was closed when we were there off season, but the pretty sign-board on it immediately caught my eye. I wish we had more of those instead of the horrible billboards everywhere that no one any longer pays any attention to.
Updated Sep 25, 2006