Founded in the Middle Ages, Lublin is a picturesque town with a unique charm. Its Old Town (Stare Miasto) is one of the finest urban complexes of its kind in Poland. The Classicist superstructure of Old Town Hall or Tribunal is set in the middle of the Market Square. The views over the Bystrzyca and Czechowka rivers are superb. Other city landmarks that worth a visit are the Dominican Church and Monastery Complex, Po Farze Square, Grodzka and Cracow Gates and the Trinitarian Tower. Lublin also has many high quality theatres, philharmony and museums.