Outside Gdansk

 

Museum of the National Anthem in Bedomin


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Eighteenth century manor house in Bedomin, a small town near Koscierzyna, the birth place of founder Joseph Wybicki's national anthem. Currently, it houses the world's only museum of the National Anthem.

Hel


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Hel is a town on the tip of the Peninsula. It is a renowned sea-bathing place and holiday resort, very fashionable in the period between the world wars. The seaside specificity of Hel is determined by several dozen of kilometers of beaches, white and grey sand-dunes as well as dune flora like the Sea holly for...

Kashubian Region


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Kashubian Region covers the areas stretching from the Baltic Sea to the Tuchola Forests. The Kashubian region is famous not only for its rich nature, but also for its culture and traditions.

Malbork


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Malbork was founded as a settlement around a castle the erection of which started in 1274, when the Order of Teutonic Knights came to this land. In the course of about 30 years a small castle was built and it was named Marienburg, which means Mary's City.

Gdynia


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Gdynia is one of the youngest Polish cities. Its port is the gateway to Poland and a landmark of Gdynia. The port of Gdynia ranks among the best in the Baltic region, as it is not only a cargo-handling facility but also an international business centre.

Aquapark Sopot


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Aquapark Sopot is the first establishment in the Pomeranian Province to offer comprehensive leisure and water recreation services. Aquapark Sopot has become the favourite leisure destination of local residents and a great attraction for tourists visiting Gdansk throughout the year.

The longest wooden pier in Sopot


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The longest wooden pier in Europe (511,5 m), stretching into the sea from the middle of Sopot beach is a popular venue for recreation and health walks (the concentration of iodine at the tip of the pier is twice as high as on land) or public entertainment events, and it also serves as a mooring point for cruise...

Sopot


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Sopot is the smallest town of the Tri-City agglomeration, functioning as a district town. Sopot is a small Polish town situated on the Baltic Sea coast between Gdansk and Gdynia, a natural centre of the nearly one-million Tri-City agglomeration and the Pomeranian province.
 
 
 

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