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Attractions in pomorskie region

Szymbark

Placed in the heart of Cassubia region, Szymbark has become the known place quite recently. Firstly, it gained fame beacuse of the longest board ever, which was produced here from the tree cut nearby. This piece of wood was a beginnig of the whole Cassubian center. Now, you can also admire here a "House upside down" which is built having its roof close to the ground and its basement high in the air. It's really hard to keep the right balance visiting this house! Besides, there are historical parts in the center also - an underground Polish base from the Second World War, where you can experience a nazi run or an original Siberian house and a train in which Soviet victims were kept and transported in the war times.
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Łeba & Slovinski National Park

Far away from Africa, you can feel like in a desert. Walking in the shining sun through kilometres of sandy routes, shifting sand dunes - which are real sand mountains (the highest, Łącka Góra is 42 m high). But unlike in no desert after this tiring walk you have the possibility of jumping into the water and swimming in an open sea. These are attractions of Sloviński National Park, placed near Łeba - a nice fishing town and sailing or windsurfing center which pretends to be a summer capital of Poland.
More: http://www.slowinskipn.pl/spn_pl.php?lang=uk&site=o_park

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Gniew Castle

Gniew is a place where you can find yourself back in the Middle Ages. You enter this old teutonic castle as if you travelled in a time machine. There are real tournaments where you meet knights accompanied not only by their equires and horses, but also by ladies in beautiful dresses. Every castle worker (in an uniform of the period) welcomes the guests in an  old fashioned way. hospitably inviting them to join many attractions of the place.

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Gdańsk

An amazing city with quite a complicated history. In the past, a member of prestigeous Hanza city association and a part of Polish Kingdom. Later, taken by the Germans and after the first world war left as a free town with both Polish and German citizens. After the second world war it returned to Poland and in the 80s had been the cradle of Solidarity movement which changed the political system, defeating the communists. Gdańsk has its own international nature, and its own architecture. Famous for the characteristic flat tower of  St. Mary’s church (we can enjoy a marvellous view from the top of it – just if we decide to climb up 400 steps), Długa Street from the Golden Gate to the Green Gate and for Saint Dominic’s Fair during which thousands of people from all over the Europe come to buy things they couldn’t buy anywhere else.

More:http://www.en.gdansk.gda.pl

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Malbork

The biggest European medieval castle and one of the greatest monuments of world's gothic architecture is needless to be presented in middle part of Europe. It is the place where history looks at us from each wall and each tower. In 13rd century knights of The Teutonic Order started to build it and from 1309 to 1457 it was a capital of their country, the residence of  grand masters. The castle used to see much blood and fights and various stories were told about it. Now we can enjoy visiting it in a casual way - with a guide or not, or we have an opportunity to come to Malbork during one of many events organised there. Knights' tournaments and medieval surrounding create the unique atmosphere.

More: http://www.zamek.malbork.pl/en/index.html

 

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