An exhibition outlining the historic background of the fight against communism in Poland and Europe, presenting the history of the Gdansk shipyard strike, the founding of "Solidarity", the reactions of the communist government, and the road of Poland and Europe to freedom. The exhibit displays authentic items from the times of the "freedom fight" as well as film and multimedia presentations.
The International Street and Open Air Theatre Fest is an annual, multi-day open-air event annually hosting invited domestic as well as international artists since 1997. Actors playing at the fair often interact with the public. Spectacular shows draw the attention of both theatre lovers as well as incidental passers-by.
Sopot - the only one of its kind, this seaside resort sports a marvellous promenade closed to vehicle traffic which leads right to the famous wooden pier. Being the longest wooden construction of its kind in Europe, the pier is an excellent place for walks or relaxation. Lovely sandy beaches and the lapping of the waves give ultimate pleasure. The Monte Cassino promenade swarms with people both during the day and at night. Pubs, cafés and tearooms tempt with beautiful interior decor and low prices. The well-equipped health facilities of Sopot compete with each other, offering high-quality wellness and spa services. The broad selection of services guarantees not only short-term effects, but enables one to regenerate for a longer period. The unique atmosphere of these places forms perfect conditions for rest, allowing one to care for their health and looks at the same time.
Broad, sandy beaches, with a string of dunes parallel to the shoreline, several lagoon lakes which once were sea bays, tall cliffs and wonderful bathing spots... all of this awaits along the Slowinski Coast, which stretches from the mouth of the Parseta River all the way to Cape Rozewie. The most important natural sight of the region is the Slowinski National Park, where one can adore the moving dunes, resembling a desert. Strong winds cause the sand to migrate inland, overflowing everything in its path. Thus the monstrous dunes, the tallest of which is the over forty-metre-tall Lacka Mountain, are moving with a speed of several metres per year, consuming the surrounding forest. The prize for conquering this "desert" is a wonderful, broad beach at the foot of the walking dunes. Due to the irreplaceability of the nature and landscape, the park was introduced in the year 1997 to the UNESCO World Network of Biosphere Reserves. The largest city close to the park is Leba, which, apart from its natural values, offers attractions such as a dinosaur park and a modern sailing marina.
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