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Stegna - considered one of the most beautiful places of the Vistula Spit, situated on the ancient amber route, with a very rich history. Has long been regarded as superb cottage and recreation area, and is attractive due to its location. The first historical mention is related to the year 1432 Stegna municipality is located in north-eastern edge of the Pomeranian province. Stegna municipality determines the boundary: north - the 13-kilometer strip of the coast of the Gulf of Gdansk, west ditch of the Vistula (Mikoszewo).

Stegna municipality covers an area north of the Vistula Ć»uƂawy, vast plains are situated in the Vistula Delta, which are meadows and farmland, cut by a dense network of canals and drainage ditches, drainage very fertile soil resulting from sludge Vistula. Stegny most valuable monument is the Parish Church Sacred Heart Church, a half-timbered construction, in its present form dates from the late seventeenth century (1682-1683). On the tower there is a knob with a banner windy - it bears the date 1682. Stegna Today is a wonderful holiday village with a very rich offer. A wonderful sandy beach, clean sea, do not allow to forget about this place when planning a vacation.



Biggest medieval castle in Europe

The brick castle of Malbork was the seat of the Grand Master of the Teutonic Order and the biggest structure of that type in medieval Europe.


The castle is encircled by defensive walls with gates and towers. The Grand Master’s palace is believed to be the top achievement of the late-Gothic style. The representative summer refectory is the most attractive chamber in the castle interiors.

Now a museum, the castle attracts tourists with open-air son et lumière shows.

Castle Museum at Malbork - Malbork, ul. Staroscinska 1 tel. +(48-55) 647 08 00, fax 647 08 03


  GdaƄsk is the Polish maritime capital with the population nearing half a million. It is a large centre of economic life, science, culture, and a popular tourist destination. Lying on the Bay of GdaƄsk and the southern cost of the Baltic Sea the city is a thousand years old. With its Hanseatic tradition, it has for ages played a major role in the commercial relationships between Northern and Western Europe on the one hand, and the countries of Central and Eastern Europe on the other hand.

 Today, GdaƄsk is the capital of the Pomeranian province and an important administration centre. The nature was very generous here. Sprawling on the southern Baltic coast, GdaƄsk gains a lot thanks to its background of the picturesque Tri-City Landscape Park and the hills and lakes of the Kashubian Switzerland district.

Dental Holidays The offer addressed at those who seek leisure at the sea comprises twenty three kilometres of clean beaches, three organised bathing grounds, and a 130-metre long pier. These are appended with such other outdoor attractions as the GdaƄsk cycling tracks, zoological gardens, the famous Oliwa Park with its ancient trees, the "GdaƄsk Fortress" Culture Park of City Fortifications with unique authentic military architecture, numerous parks and city squares, or the nature reserves of the Sobieszewo Island. The list is far from complete. The heart of the Old City features a yacht marina. Amateurs of water sports can indulge in their pastime out in the Bay of GdaƄsk or along the MotƂawa Arm, an exquisite watercourse for canoeing or kayak escapades.

Dental Holidays Always hospitable, GdaƄsk invites visitors to its charming lanes and historic interiors, bathing grounds on the sea and sailing courses, comfortable hotels, elegant restaurants, and cosy cafes. The city has several theatres, a philharmonic hall, opera house, outdoor summer musical stage, three multi-cinema complexes and several smaller cinemas, frequented youth clubs, pubs, and discos.

Dental Holidays Its numerous museums, concerts, fairs, exhibitions, and street theatrical events complete the broad spectrum of the city's cultural offer. Everyone will find something of his/her liking, irrespective of the interests or mood.

The world amber capital


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Bound with the sea and the "Baltic Gold of North", GdaƄsk has cultivated the tradition of amber craft for ages. The local masters have developed their own amber processing school, and the quality of their works is unrivalled elsewhere. The Baltic amber, or succinite, is actually hardened mineral resin originally formed 40 million years ago. The mineral contains a relatively large admixture of succinic acid, which gives it its exceptional healing properties. GdaƄsk has always been a major centre of mining and processing this unique mineral famous for magnificent amber works of art. As such, the contemporary GdaƄsk is a respected centre of the related scientific research. Here are the main offices of the National Amber Chamber of Commerce and the International Association of Amber Masters. GdaƄsk hosts the world's largest amber fairs: AMBERIF and AMBERMART. It is a recognised site on both the historic, and the contemporary amber route. The beginnings of first amber collections in the city date back to the second half of the 17 th century with inclusions in the centre of interest. To recognise GdaƄsk 's acclaim for amber and the mastery of its artists one of the stone varieties was called gedanit after the city name. Many historic and modern amber routes converge at the World Amber Capital.

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