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Top 10 attractions of Gdańsk

Top 10 attractions of Gdańsk

Top 10 Attractions of Gdańsk is our new series of films presenting various nooks and crannies of our beautiful city. We present to you the results of cooperation with PolandbyLocals and Katarzyna Czaykowska Tourist Guide. We invite you to watch and look for more films! Come on a fascinating journey with us, let's feel Gdańsk together!

Let's feel Gdańsk together!

Neptune's fountain

The Neptune Fountain is one of the most recognizable monuments in Gdańsk. Initially, there was a well in the place of the fountain. At the beginning of the 17th century, on the initiative of the mayor Bartholomaeus Schachmann, steps were taken to build a more impressive building. The design of the figure depicting Neptune was created by the architect and sculptor Abraham van den Blocke. The main source of the water streams is the trident held by the ruler of the seas. Watch the movie and learn more about Neptune's Fountain!

Artus Court

The Artus Court hides many secrets within itself and its history. Do you know that at one time this place was called " the most expensive beer bar on the Baltic Sea "? This monument is located on the Long Market. The origins of the Artus Court date back to the Middle Ages. It used to be a meeting place for merchants, a center of social life, later a stock exchange, and now it is one of the branches of the Gdańsk Museum. Watch the movie and learn more about the Artus Court!

Long street

Długa Street is one of the most recognizable places in Gdańsk. It is admired by both tourists and residents of our beautiful city. No wonder, this place has many secrets! Did you know that Długa Street was probably the longest communication route in medieval Europe? Its extension is Długi Targ, with which it is the so-called The Royal Route. Watch the movie and learn more about Długa Street!

St. Mary's Basilica

Do you know that St. Mary's Church was built for 159 years? This is one of those places that you simply must see! The historic parish hall of the Main City of Gdańsk, also known as the "Crown of Gdańsk", has retained its almost fully Gothic architecture. From the St. Mary's Tower there is a view of almost all of Gdańsk. Watch the movie and learn more about St. Mary's Basilica!

Crane

The historic port crane Crane is one of the symbols of Gdańsk. Do you know what functions it once performed? We encourage you to watch the movie about this monument, you will learn from it, among other things, how the ship was unloaded with the Crane, and more! Watch the movie and learn more!

Sołdek

" Do you know how many cruises the Sołdek ship made? If you are curious when he ended his career and became a branch of the National Maritime Museum, we encourage you to watch another movie from the "Top 10 Attractions of Gdańsk" "series! Watch the movie and learn more!

Oliwa Park

Do you know the history of the Oliwa Park and its most interesting attractions? Do you know when it appeared on the map of Gdańsk? The park delights visitors at any time of the day and year. This is one of those places that you simply must see! Watch the movie and learn more about the Oliwa Park!

Westerplatte

Westerplatte - a symbol of the outbreak of World War II. It is an extremely important place in the history of Poland, worth visiting and remembering. Do you know that the history of Westerplatte dates back to the 17th century? In addition to its historical value, it is a very charming place, perfect for a walk in a pleasant, wooded environment. Watch the movie and learn more!

European Solidarity Center

The world-famous European Solidarity Center is a place to commemorate the events of the Gdańsk Shipyard and the victory of "Solidarity" in the 1980s. It is an extremely important place on the map of the Tri-City and in the history of Poland. The new seat of the European Solidarity Center was opened on August 31, 2014, i.e. on the 25th anniversary of regaining freedom and the 34th anniversary of the signing at the former Gdańsk Shipyard. Lenin of the August Agreements. Watch the movie and learn more!

Museum of the Second World War

Do you know what the architecture of the Museum of the Second World War symbolizes? This is one of the most famous museums in Poland, worth visiting and remembering. The walls of this place hide a great history. The basic mission of the Museum is to disseminate knowledge about World War II, to show the Polish perspective on the greatest conflict in the history of mankind, and to cultivate the memory of the victims and heroes of the struggle for freedom of many nationalities. Watch the movie and learn more about this place!
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