Adolf Hitler visited Gdańsk on 19th September 1939 and was enthusiastically welcomed by Gdańsk citizens
the ferry "Johannes Hevelius", which sank in 1993, lies relatively shallow at the bottom of the sea, at the depth of 27m and is often visited by many ...
the seaside resort in Brzeźno was visited by a record number of 39 thousand visitors in 1892
Gdańsk Warlus Club was registered in 2001
in St. Mary's Basilic can be seen the famous astronomical clock made by Hans During. This is the world's second-largest clock
everyday items from 19th century can be found in Wincenty Pol Commemoration Hall on Sobieszewska Island
w wyniku epidemii Dżumy trwającej od lipca do listopada 1709r. , zmarło w Gdańsku i na przedmieściach ponad 30 tysięcy osób - blisko połowa ówczesnej ...
a well known ice-cream parlor on 18 Sukiennicza Street is called Miś (the Bear), its tradition dates back to 1962
Gdańsk was a city of 40 gates in the past, nowdays only 12 are preserved
the health centre building in Wałowa Street was opened in 1926 as a building of Sickness Fund