Gdansk: Two days in Poland’s free city

Entrance to the Gdansk shipyards, home of the anti-communist Solidarity movement

The European Solidarity Centre

A typical central European meal of schnitzel, potatoes, carrots and peas at a simple canteen

The Museum of the Second World War, which opened in March 2017

The Museum of the Second World War

An abandoned building in the Gdansk shipyards

The Panoramic Wheel in central Gdansk

The traditional facades of buildings rebuild after World War II destroyed much of old Gdansk

The Town Hall in Gdansk old town

St Mary’s Chuch, one of the top three largest brick churches in the world

Gdansk Glowny main railway station at night

Pierogi (dumplings) at Pierogarnia Mandu

The Millenium Cross on the Gradowa Mountain overlooking the Gdansk shipyards

Poppies and a view of Gdansk’s old town

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