Western Pomerania is full of an exceptionally large number of really interesting cities, towns and villages, with a rich history and interesting architecture skillfully combined with modern and very practical accessories, such as glass canopies .
These are specific types of accessories located above the entrance doors to many different types of commercial facilities. Their main role, contributing to their increasing use, is, of course, excellent protection against atmospheric precipitation occurring in our country. These canopies protect the entrance glass doors against rain and snow to an equal extent. They are perfect for single-family and metropolitan buildings.
Stargard is one of those cities that has existed in these lands for many, many years, and practically speaking, it can boast of the status of one of the oldest ancient strongholds built in these lands. It is worth mentioning that people settled here already around the eighth century!
The characteristic architecture allowed the city to join the European Brick Gothic Route. This is a distinction for Stargard and appreciation of its interesting architecture, which is why it is eagerly visited by increasing numbers of domestic tourists and those coming to Poland from abroad. This city is particularly popular among tourists from Germany, who are often among those passionate about Poland's architectural past. The city's surroundings are mainly plains and lowlands, as well as large, clear lakes, surrounded by equally impressive forests. The city itself is surrounded by the Goleniowska Forest. Lovers of contact with nature will appreciate the nearby Iński National Park, full of interesting specimens of flora and fauna.