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in 17th century Gdańsk was the supplier of furniture for entire Poland
Danzig mosque is one of four active mosques in Poland and one of the three with a minaret
the "Lady from the window" looks out of the window three times a day, from May till October
the Royal Chapel is a great example of Italian baroque
the Promenade of Stars in Gdańsk can be found near the building of the Philharmony on the Ołowianka Island
the town councilors issued a decree in 1455 saying that Gdansk houseroofs can be covered only with tiles
w 1993 roku niedaleko niemieckiej wyspy Rugia zatonął polski prom motorowy "Jan Heweliusz"
at the end of the 20s of 20th century Grass family lived at 13 Lelewela street in Gdansk-Wrzeszcz
the Fish Market was regularly flooded by the Motława river until the 15th century
the Monument to Russian Soldiers, a high monument made of Finish granite is the only one in Gdańsk that survived the II World War
in 1586 Gdańsks painter Antoni Möller was the inventor of the hand loom which could make 16 ribbons at the same time
the only palace residence of the Polish magnate George Mniszech was built in Gdańsk on the Długie Ogrody street
Gdansk scholar Frederick Samuel Willenberg published a book in 1712 "The limits of permitted polygamy" for which he almost hit the pile
there lived over 132 thousand Germans, 4.8 thousand Poles and 2.5 thousand Jews in the late 19 and early 20 century Gdańsk
in 1929 Gdańsk moviegoers could watch the sound film for the first time
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