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Lake Baikal

Lake Baikal

Category: News

Published: 18.05.2012

A photographic exhibition of Olga Kamenskaya who presents a collection of over 70 extraordinary pictures of Lake Baikal. The underwater photographs of the deepest lake in the world, frequently called "the Blue Eye of Siberia" deserve particular recognition.


Maritime Culture Centre just opened

Maritime Culture Centre just opened

Category: News

Published: 02.05.2012

You are invited to the newest branch of Polish Maritime Museum from Tuesday to Sunday, between 10:00 and 18:00. Maritime Culture Centre offers three exhibitions.


New Museum on the Motława River!

New Museum on the Motława River!

Category: News

Published: 16.04.2012

On April 28th and 29th there will be a grand opening of the Maritime Culture Centre, a branch office of the Polish Maritime Museum in Gdańsk. The Centre will be open from 12 o'clock am to 8 pm to all the visitors (no admission fee).


Baltic Sea Maritime Museum's Seminar

Baltic Sea Maritime Museum's Seminar

Category: News

Published: 27.03.2012

On 4-5th September 2012 the Polish Maritime Museum in Gdańsk welcomes to the newly opened Maritime Culture Centre to: 1st Baltic Sea Maritime Museums' Seminar.


Down the Vistula to Gdańsk

Down the Vistula to Gdańsk

Category: News

Published: 23.02.2012

It was already in 1984 that Poland’s longest river had its museum opened. It was the Vistula River Museum in Tczew, a branch of the Polish Maritime Museum, Gdańsk. Since then, it has presented numerous exhibitions related to many aspects of river transport.


OKM in winter setting

OKM in winter setting

Category: News

Published: 01.02.2012

A new department of the Polish Maritime Museum (Maritime Culture Centre - OKM) is a feast to the eyes of Gdańsk inhabitants strolling along the Motława River: Długie Pobrzeże, the street of Szafarnia, the wharf of Ołowianka Island.


Picturesque Ostróda-Elbląg Canal

Picturesque Ostróda-Elbląg Canal

Category: News

Published: 30.01.2012

Photographer Wojtek Kokos Kozicz is certainly fascinated by the subject of his latest exhibition, presented in the Vistula River Museum, Tczew.


Mysteries of Archaeology

Mysteries of Archaeology

Category: News

Published: 29.12.2011

Following its 50th anniversary last year, the Polish Maritime Museum (CMM) invites everyone to a unique exhibition "Submerge and discover the secrets of the Baltic wrecks".

OKM becoming beautiful

OKM becoming beautiful

Category: News

Published: 10.11.2011

Construction works on the Maritime Culture Centre (OKM) have been going on for 20 months. At present the building undergoes finishing works. Stone and wooden floors are laid. In technical facilities technological floors are placed (made of epoxy resin).


OKM – the Next Stage

OKM – the Next Stage

Category: News

Published: 03.10.2011

Construction works on the Maritime Culture Centre (OKM) have been going on for 18 months. At present the building undergoes finishing works. Stone and wooden floors are laid. In technical facilities technological floors are placed (made of epoxy resin).


The Port of Gdansk to learn

The Port of Gdansk to learn

Category: News

Published: 24.06.2011

Along the trail following the fairway and the lighthouse beacons, with the skillful eye of the camera and the agile brushstroke of the artist...


The Dragon Boat Race – Silver Medal for CMM

The Dragon Boat Race – Silver Medal for CMM

Category: News

Published: 25.05.2011

One of the European Maritime Day events was, like in the previous years, the dragon boat race on the river Motława, organised by the CMM for crews from museums and other cultural institutions of Gdańsk.


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