Kolobrzeg Molo, Kołobrzeg, West Pomeranian Voivodeship, Poland

The Kołobrzeg Pier is a reinforced concrete pier in Kołobrzeg, Poland. The structure has a length of 220 metres and the width of 9 metres and the pavilion is located about 4,5 metres above sea level. The pier was reopened after extensive renovation and modernisation works in November 27, 2014.

The first pier in Kołobrzeg was built in 1881. This was a wooden T-shaped construction, of about 100 metres in length. On the end of the pier there was located a jetty for sailing ships. The historic pier was destroyed during World War II.

The current pier was officially opened in June 19, 1971. On the end of the pier is located a jetty for small holiday barques, from which ships sail for sightseeing tours. The Kołobrzeg Pier is one of the main attractions of the town.

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