868 lanterns were lightening the street of Gdańsk in 1766
the Dominican monks were famous for baking heart-shaped gingerbreads
the director of the Polish Baltic Philharmony is the graduate of Gdańsk Primary School no. 50
there lived over 132 thousand Germans, 4.8 thousand Poles and 2.5 thousand Jews in the late 19 and early 20 century Gdańsk
Oruński Park is the second largest urban park in Gdańsk
the monument of Gdańsk Defenders commemorate the Polish defenders of the coast fighting in September 1939.
the oldest monument in Gdansk, the Monument to Russian Soldiers, can be found between the fort of Gradowa Hill and the Garrison Cemetery
the first building of Anthony van Dantzig Obbergen, the leading architect in Gdansk, was an Old Town Hall
Long Gardens Street took its name after the, long and narrow gaden-plots perpendicular to the main land route , some were even 300 metres long
the monument of Gdańsk Defenders consists of 236 granite blocks brought from the Borowo and Strzegom quarries with a total weight of 1150 tonnes and i...