Czartoria 5 Street
- N: 52° 24' 28.18" E: 16° 56' 39.92"
- Ruins , Street , Buildings
- 19th century
The length of the street is 200 m, the street directed from east to south west. The surface paved and in part unsurfaced. Building No. 5 constituted a part of the development of the working class buildings. The building built of red brick, consisting of one – or two – room flats located at the end of the street in the vicinity of the Warta River with grassy embankment. Only one building has been preserved out of the whole urban layout, the others were destroyed during the Second World War as well as in the sixties of XX century during the regulation of the Warta River. Northern and southern perspectives closed. Along the river, in its renovated part, there is a development of ranging from XIX century, through XX century, to XXI century. Next to the building, a well preserved retaining wall protecting that part of the city against floods.