Konin post - the oldest road sign in Central and Eastern Europe in Konin. It is located on the left bank of the Warta, the old town of Konin, next to the Gothic church saint Bartholomew. Pole has the shape of a narrow bowls placed on a quadrangular base. His height is 252 cm. Pole made of sandstone in 1151 from Brzeziny - a village near Konin. At the top of the column it is of the four-Latin inscription, which says that the pole set by Peter Włostowica on the Amber Road halfway between Kruszwica and Kalisz. Interesting that the indicated distance is accurate as to the metro (52 km) as verified today. There are also theories about the pagan origins of the column. So far, the exact origin of the post and the content of the inscription is the subject of many discussions.