Researchers in Gdańsk, northern Poland, are working on a new coronavirus test which could prove considerably less expensive than the currently used tests.
Captured by Kazimierz Lelewicz, a prolific photographer who between 1945 and 1948 took hundreds of images documenting the death and subsequent resurrection of the city, 75 years on, his photographs are a poignant testament to both the realities of war and the steadfast determination to rebuild anew.
Now under construction at the Aluship shipyard in Gdańsk, the futuristic Mayflower will be 15 metres long with solar panels covering its aluminium hulls and will be able to hit a top speed of 10 knots per hour.
The ‘Pietas Domini’ gothic altar painting from 1435, known as the Throne of Grace, hung in Gdańsk’s St. Mary's Basilica until May 1942, when German art conservators dismantled it and took it deep into Nazi Germany.
The European Commission (EC) on Tuesday approved PLN 232 million (EUR 54 million) in EU funds to support the construction of a power transmission line between Gdansk and Slupsk, northern Poland. The total cost of the investment is PLN 1 billion (EUR 232.5 million).
The 11th edition of the Association of Business Service Leaders (ABSL) summit, that gathers business experts from all over the world, will take place at the Amber Expo Exhibition and Convention Centre in the coastal city of Gdańsk, northern Poland, on June 4-5, 2020.
To see Polish sculptor Jerzy Kędziora’s work, your best bet is to look up: the figures float above the ground, frozen in jumps, summersaults and other acrobatic feats.
The Port of Gdansk, Poland's biggest seaport, handled a record 52.2 million tonnes of goods in 2019, up by 6.4 percent from a year ago, taking fourth place among seaports on the Baltic Sea.
The beautiful 19th century book, known as the ‘Feyerabendów album’, is gloriously bound by a red cover and includes over 20 pictures on watermarked paper of Gdańsk and the surrounding area.
Lead singer Grzegorz Kwiatkowski’s grandfather and great aunt were prisoners at the Stutthof concentration camp, a Nazi German facility that claimed the lives of some 63,000 people.