The Old Town in Lublin is the most beautiful part of the city. There are numerous monuments here. The most characteristic and most recognizable symbol of Lublin is the Kraków Gate. It is the remains of the defensive walls from the 14th century. Currently, it houses a branch of the Lublin Museum presenting the history of the city. The highest historic viewpoint in Lublin is the Trinitarian Tower. From the viewing platform, at a height of 40 meters, there is a wonderful panorama of Lublin. Right next to the tower is St. John the Baptist Cathedral. It is the largest church in Lublin, serving as the archcathedral church of the Lublin Archdiocese. The central point of the city is Łokietka Square. It connects the following streets: Królewska, Krakowskie Przedmieście and Lubartowska. One of the most unusual and recently available to tourists in Lublin is the so-called cellars under Fortuna, i.e. a group of Renaissance wine cellars with unique paintings from the 16th century. In addition to the paintings in the Cellars, visitors can see a multimedia exhibition presenting the history of the city. Walking around the Old Town, visitors will see also wonderful, colorful houses with graffiti decorations, impressive churches and Orthodox churches, several city gates, a palace and a castle with a unique Holy Trinity chapel full of original Byzantine-Ruthenian paintings (the only such facility in Poland). On May 16, 2007, the architectural and urban complex of the Lublin Old Town was entered on the list of historical monuments.