Panoramas 360° gallery - Gdańsk
Park in the area of streets Wyspiański Haller, Kubacz and Leczkowa, originally founded in the neglected field. The park area is 2 hectares. There is a gazebo with benches styled the second half. Nineteenth century, cast iron-like wooden benches with backrest, litter bins and street lamps. For children and young people's playground and ramps to ride on rolls. There is also ping-pong table and a children's basketball field. Along park the is a small river "Struga", you can go over the picturesque bridge. In addition to note the interesting architecture of this part of the city.
Currently nameless, square located in Lower Wrzeszcz (district of Gdansk). Today's square is basically crossroads od Wajdeloty, Aldona and Danusia streets in the form of a rondo, with an interesting semi-circular shaped buildings around.
In Galeria Baltycka You will find 200 shops and boutiques, and even more fashionable brands - all under one roof in the centre of Wrzeszcz/Gdansk.
Intersection visible from islet belonging to the tram stop "Jaskowa Valley". Ideal seen of Wrzeszcz center: modern buildings, old market, shopping center "Manhattan", skyscraper "Olympus" and recently renovated tram stops.
Vew from the high terrace of Gdansk Manhattan Mall. Very good view point explains at Grunwaldzka Street intersection with Dmowskiego, the newly created "Quattro Towers" and the skyscraper Olymp. The entrance to the terrace is not generally available, but should not be a problem to get there.
Hagelsberg is a German name for Gradowa hill at Gdansk. Spherical panorama was taken during winter time 2012.
Also called the arsenal, is the most impressive secular building among Mannerist buildings in Gdansk. Inspired by Meat market in Haarlem (Nederland). Night panorama.
Closed water mill next to the pond at Jelitkowski Stream, spiętrzonym probably for the mill.
Not served as a mill, served as a granary of products from located on the opposite side of the Great Mill. Rebuilt after the war, is such established the Polish Anglers Association.
Central Station was built between 1894-1900, in the style of the so-called Gdansk Renaissance. It is a patchwork of eclectic forms of Renaissance and Baroque.
View from the 78-meters tower of the Basilica of St. Mary in Gdansk. Spherical Panorama made from 6 meteres above the tower, so you can freely see everything around you.
The only surviving working mill until today, Mill IX in Oliwa, already active in 1594 as belonging to the mayors fullery Oliwa. Mill Pond was built next to water damming for the mill.
View of the seventeenth century garden at manor in Gdansk Oliwa. Today it houses a luxury hotel and restaurant.
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.
Panorama of 6m above the viewing platform located on a hill "Pacholek" in Gdansk Oliwa, formerly called Kalrsberg.