Gdańsk Solidarity private tour

Join our road to freedom





Gdańsk Solidarity private tour

Join our road to freedom



Gdańsk Solidarity private tour

Join our road to freedom






Beginning of the 80-ties was a stormy time in whole Europe, especially for Poland. Like in a mirror its history reflects what was happening on the entire continent – especially in its central-eastern part.
In Gdansk the new generation of Polish people arose – people who found themselves capable of overthrowing the regime. They were workers of the nearby shipyard and as one of the outlines of Marxism and Leninism would say: a driving force of the revolution. This time they indeed were. The city became a bastion of Solidarity and a place from which the revolution that brought communism to an end started to spread.
The European Solidarity Centre was the only museum in Poland honoured with The Council of Europe Museum Prize (2016), which has been awarded annually for 40 years to museums that have made significant contributions to the understanding of Europe’s cultural heritage.
 

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