Gdańsk No.52

With the new issue of Gdansk In Your Pocket out alongside the snazzy, re-designed Mini-Guide, we thought it would be a good idea to highlight some of the places that caught our attention in the build-up to publishing the new issue. MUSEUM OF WORLD WAR II Unquestionably the most important opening of a new place…

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Gdansk’s Granary Island set to be re-born

After many years of wrangling, false starts and disappointments, March 9th 2017, marked an important moment in the history of one of the city’s most recognized landmarks. The Granary Island (Polish Spichlerze, German Spicherstetten) has stood as a vivid and poignant reminder of the destruction of war and the tragic 20th century history of the city…

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New Reviews in Gdańsk In Your Pocket #51

Get the PDF at gdansk.inyourpocket.com Main Feature: The Tri-city’s Lesser Known Monuments @GDAŃSK – PING PONG  Another reason to stop by the Garnizon development is this cool Asian venue which offers a selection of well-prepared and tasty Far Eastern favourites such as Ramen, Bao (Chinese style filled rolls) and Pad Thai. The menu is a single sheet…

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Gdańsk No.51

The new Gdańsk in Your Pocket is out. Get the PDF. As more people discover the cities of Gdansk, Sopot and Gdynia, so the things on offer for them continues to improve. Once upon a time it was enough to simply open a bar, café or restaurant to get into Gdansk In Your Pocket. Nowadays, the standard…

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Repetition

Karol Nienartowicz’s photos of a breakwater in the Baltic Sea in Gdansk, like Auggie Wren’s photos of the same corner in Brooklyn, Cézanne’s Mont Saeinte-Victoire, are a reminder of how the act of repetition is essential to the human condition.
From a daily routine to a motif in art, repetition is an act of survival, a desire for affirmation.

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New Reviews in Gdańsk In Your Pocket #50

@SOPOT – Whiskey on the Rocks   An smart bar/restaurant in the new Sopot Centrum development with a strong Jack Daniel’s décor. Really good food despite being a bit pricey by Sopot standards. Finger-licking ribs, steaks, burgers, chicken wings and the like and a well-stocked bar and comfortable seating make this worth seeking out. Fit and…

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