In my opinion the power of Gothic you can feel only in northern Germany or in the towns that were formed by the northern German culture.
French , Austrian or British Gothic don't have such strong impression as a massive red brick buildings built about 700-800 years ago.
So in this report several views to the Gothic objects in Gdansk.
Old big water mill (built in the XIVth century):
Energy of the middle ages:
Small water mill from the same period:
St. Cathrin's church (1227-1239 and reconstructed in the XIVth century);
St. Brigit church (1396-1402) with the tower built 200 years later: )))
St. Bartolomew church from XVth century. One of the first Lutheran churches, today Greek-Catholic church:
Details from the previous periods:
Town hall of Old Town:
St. Mary Cathedral (1343-1502) from distance - the largest brick church in the world. It is impossible to photograph this church closer:
Streets near cathedral:
St.Jan church (1377):
St.Elisabeth church (built around 1400):
Several examples of city wall towers. Brama Jacek:
Part of the famous Zuraw:
Wall of the St. Ann cloister:
That's all for this unsorted report ...