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Historical Gate #2 of the Gdansk Shipyard
ul. Doki 1
The #2 gate of the Gdansk Shipyards is where Lech Walesa stood to announce to the waiting crowds the deal that had been struck with the Communist...
Statue to the Defenders of Westerplatte
ul. Sucharskiego, Gdańsk
In the southwest corner of the peninsula is a huge, 25-metre monument made of 236 granite blocks. The work of the architect Adam Haupt and sculptor...
Long Market & Neptune Fountain
The focal point of Długi Targ, the Long Market, is the Neptune Fountain, a bronze statue of the sea god erected in 1549 and converted to a fountain...
Anna Walentynowicz's home
al. Grunwaldzka 49, Gdansk
In the last part of her life, Anna Walentynowicz lived at al. Grunwaldzka 49, in a third-floor apartment. A plaque on the wall outside reads 'In...
Anna Walentynowicz Monument
Skwer Anny Walentynowicz
This monument to the Solidarity activist whose dismissal from the Lenin Shipyards on August 8, 1980 sparked the August strikes was conceived by the...
Streets & Squares
Bronislaw Komorowski Square
Pl. Bronislawa Komorowskiego, Gdańsk
Grass’ memoirs and his novels make regular mention of days spent on the beach either at Sopot (Zoppot) or at Brzeźno (Brösen) and he would have taken...
Daniel Gralath Monument
Al. Zwycięstwa, Gdansk
Connecting the main town of Gdansk and the district of Wrzeszcz to the north is the handsome Al. Zwycięstwa (Victory Avenue). Lined with hundreds of...
ul. Mieszczańska, Gdańsk
Daniel Fahrenheit was born just a block away from this recreation of an 18th century version of his 'Mercury in glass' thermometer and...
Father Jankowski statue
ul. Stolarska, Gdańsk
This 3.7m high statue to Father Henryk Jankowski stands in a square named after the controversial priest and was unveiled in 2012 two years after his...
Four Quarters Fountain
ul. Grobla I, Gdańsk
Long ago you would have found old Gdańsk carved into four quarters, Szeroki, Wysoki, Rybacki and Kogi (Wide, High, Fish and Ship quarter) and today...
Gunter Grass Monument
Pl. Wybickiego, Gdańsk
Unveiled on October 16, 2015 six months after his death and on the 88th anniversary of his birth, this statue pays tribute to the Danzig-born writer...
Park Akademicki, Gdańsk Wrzeszcz
This large boulder set in the park close to the entrance of the impressive Gdansk Polytechnic building, pays tribute to the oldest known mention of...
Jan III Sobieski Monument
Targ Drzewny, Gdańsk
A large bronze statue built in 1898 in memory of the Polish king who reigned in the 17th century and famously defeated the Turks at the gates of
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