St. Florian’s Gate (Brama Florianska) is a 14th-century gate in Krakow, Poland. The gate, a popular spot for tourists visiting the city, is part of what remains of the city’s fortifications. It was built about 1300 and a rectangular Gothic tower stands above the gate. This tower is more than 30 metres high.
See another picture of St. Florian’s Gate during the German occupation of Krakow.