It is the most beautiful neo-Gothic building in Koszalin. Various sources frequently describe its historic architecture as eclectic, which is quite right, because the façade contains not only neo-Gothic elements. However, red brick used as a building material, specially profiled for numerous details, three stepped gables at the top of the front façade, and traceries in arched window lintels on the third floor definitely indicate the neo-Gothic style. The building was built in the years 1884–1908 on the initiative of Bergmann, the then director of the Head Management of the Post Office in Koszalin. The layout of the entire Wolności Square along with its surroundings was already made in 1836, while the seat of the post office and a roadhouse for stagecoaches were built in 1858. Carrying letters and parcel by stagecoaches was superseded by railway with its new connections that were opened at that time. The first train came in Koszalin from Stargard Szczeciński on June 1st, 1859. The last horse-drawn stagecoach line was closed in 1911.
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