Panoramas 360° gallery
Hallmarks of the estate, and the monument dedicated to all serving at the nearby military airport from 1945 (exhibited at the initiative of the association of veterans of naval aviation).
View of the seventeenth century garden at manor in Gdansk Oliwa. Today it houses a luxury hotel and restaurant.
The university educating future merchant navy officers, specialists in the operation of ships, machinery, land, ports, maritime experts and managerial cadres navigation and land-based businesses maritime facilities
Small mill from the mid-fourteenth century, the church of st. Catherine, Monastery of Carmelites, seen from the area of PZW (Polish Fishing Society) in Gdansk, canal Radunia.
Monument by John Szczypki showing Johannes Hevelius, Gdansk, located on the square called after the erection of the monument square Hevelius, de facto it is located by Korzenna street and stretching along the river Radunia.
Spherical Panorama made between the three anchored Monument to the Fallen Shipyard Workers crosses. Each of the three cross, weighs 36 tons and measures 42 meters in height. Linking them to the anchors (2 tons each) is a sign of hope, a reference to the year 1956, 1970 and 1976.
Formed in 1904, PG Main building, measuring 109 m in length. Building includes the courtyard with sides 24 m, consists of buildings connected by longitudinal center. Starogdański style modeled on the construction of the early seventeenth century.
Viaduct over the railway in Gdansk, overlooking the Zieleniak and building Pomeranian Regional Directorate of Public Railways. The name comes from a large, public park Irrgarten, founded here in 1708r.
Before 1945 it was called then Jopengasse from brewed in Gdańsk species of strong beer, so called. jopejskiego beer. Is an extension of street Chlebnickiej, and its end is the Great Armoury.
Top view of a circle filled with stones at the old cemetery of the Goths with I-II century AD near the village Węsiory, in the province of Pomerania.