the prototype of the Polish car "Syrena" could be seen outside the Artus Court in 1954
the exhibition "Roads to Freedom" is housed in an old air raid shelter from the II World War
the oldest church in Nowy Port is the Catholic St. Hedwig Church, built between 1857-1858
a village on the area of Wrzeszcz was first mentioned in 1263
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...
the Oliwa Park was founded by the last Oliwa abbot - Jack Rybiński, and created by Kazimierz Dębiński
Siedlce district name comes from the Proto-Slavic word meaning “saddle” which meant “small village”
you can see the Neptune Fountain, the Monument to the Fallen Shipyard Workers and Artus Court in the Mini Park of Europe in Brussels
according to the legend, the astronomical clock at St Mary's Church was able to measure the exact time and date of death of the person who asked for i...
Gdansk has 14 colleges