Builders stumbled upon the bottle during renovations at the city’s Central Train Station. Inside was a handwritten note referring to the tragic 1970 protests which led to over 40 deaths.
The Polish president has paid tribute to dozens of workers killed by communist police and soldiers during mass protests in 1970 in Baltic-coast cities, saying that the blood shed that day had helped to give birth to a “free Poland”.
A French newspaper has marked the 50th anniversary of worker protests on the Polish coast, and the 39th anniversary of the declaration of martial law by publishing an article entitled the "Unknown war in the middle of Europe".
Retired manager Adam Jędruszek came across the documents for the Wicher and Burza destroyers, which were an important part of Poland’s naval capability, while clearing out his uncle’s apartment.
Rumoured to be the tallest mural in the country, the artwork will eventually be joined by eight others in Poznań.
Stanisław Składanowski who had worked at the Lenin Shipyard since 1968 documented the strikes with over 1,000 photos now on show in Gdańsk and captured some of the most iconic moments of the historic events.
Poland is considered an EU leader in selling yachts exports, according to a recent study by the Polish Economic Institute (PIE).
Cheap and versatile, the steel boxes will create a “user friendly town” for people to work in.
A 74-metre-long surveillance ship for the Royal Swedish Navy was launched on Wednesday in Gdynia, northern Poland. The ship was built jointly by two Polish shipyards Nauta and Gdynia-based Stocznia Wojenna (Naval Yard).
Poland's Gdańsk Shipyard on Wednesday signed a contract with the Finnish crane maker Konecranes under which the Polish company will produce cranes for the European and North American markets, PAP was told by an Industrial Development Agency (ARP) official.