Gdańsk is a beautiful city with a huge number of monuments, museums, galleries and other interesting places to visit. The old city looks stunning from above. You can see them - just go to the ferris wheel AmberSky on the island of granaries (Wyspa Spichrzów), the tower of the Main Town Hall or the tower of St Mary's Basilica.
Night photos of Gdansk
Gdańsk shines at night with thousands of lights... The top view of the old city can make an impression!
Gdańsk at night
Night photography of Gdańsk - lighted old town, town hall and St. Mary's Church.
Attractions in Gdansk
Tourist attractions in Gdansk: Żuraw, Old Town, St. Mary's Church, National Maritime Museum, Town Hall, Motława River - there are many monuments and interesting places to see in Gdansk!
Polish Baltic Frédéric Chopin Philharmonic in Gdańsk on the Ołowianka Island and the panorama of the old town.
Morning in Gdansk
Tourist ships on the Motława River, Ołowianka Island and the Polish Baltic Philharmonic from a bird's eye view.
Gdansk Old Town
Churches, tenement houses, lots of narrow streets - the Old Town in Gdansk is impressive! There is a St. John's Roman Catholic Church in the foreground.
Gdansk - city center
Panorama of the historic center of Gdansk - below you can see Motława River, Długie Pobrzeże and medieval port crane (Żuraw).
Island of Granaries
The construction of hotels, restaurants and apartment complexes on Wyspa Spichrzów (Island of Granaries) is in progress. There you can see also the Gdansk Marina on the left.
The medieval port crane in Gdansk
The gate and medieval port crane (Żuraw) is one of the most famous monuments in Gdansk. It is the oldest port crane in Europe.
Museum of the Second World War
Museum of the Second World War in Gdańsk, Poland. There you can see the Martwa Wisla River (Dead Vistula River) and the areas of the former Gdansk Shipyard in the distance.
Panorama of the Gdansk Old Town. There you can see a drawbridge over the Motława River for walkers and cyclists at the bottom.
Monument to the Fallen Shipyard Workers of 1970
Monument to the Fallen Shipyard Workers 1970 on the Solidarity Square in Gdańsk. Monument was unveiled on December 16, 1980 to commemorate the 42 (or more) killed workers during the protests in December 1970.
European Solidarity Centre
The European Solidarity Centre is a museum, archive, library, media library, conference room at the Solidarity Square in Gdańsk.
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