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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.


European Maritime Day Celebrations

European Maritime Day Celebrations

Category: News

Published: 25.05.2011

A colourful outdoor event known as Europejski Festyn Morski was held on 20-22 May on the sunlit isle of Ołowianka. The banks of the river Motława and the heart of the old harbour, filled with shantey music, hosted those with a passion for sails and marine tales.


European Maritime Festival

European Maritime Festival

Category: News

Published: 17.05.2011

The Polish Maritime Museum and the city of Gdańsk invite everyone to a lively outdoor event called "European Nautical Fête" held on 20-22 May on the quay of the Isle of Ołowianka.


European Maritime Day

European Maritime Day

Category: News

Published: 12.05.2011

This year Europe is going to celebrate the fourth European Maritime Day, but for the first time a city on the Baltic will be the epicentre of the celebrations. This time it is the city of Gdańsk that will be the maritime capital of Europe for a few days in May.


Ignacy Klukowski – The Marine Painter

Ignacy Klukowski – The Marine Painter

Category: News

Published: 11.05.2011

An interesting exhibition of painting has been inaugurated at the CMM main building on Ołowianka: Ignacy Klukowski – The Marine Painter. This is the ninth exhibition in the series Polish Artists and the Sea, and its goal is to recall the artist and to present the marine elements of his artistic output.


OKM keeps growing day by day

OKM keeps growing day by day

Category: News

Published: 14.10.2010

The Maritime Culture Centre (OKM), now under construction between the Crane and the Hanza Hotel, keeps growing every day. Construction works are being carried out on the sixth storey. Floor has been shored up over the fourth storey, and some of the boarding has been raised for the other outer walls.


Workshop for Seaside partners

Workshop for Seaside partners

Category: News

Published: 07.10.2010

As one of the EU project Seaside, the CMM has organised a two-day workshop for delegates from Lithuania, Germany and Sweden. The workshop was meant to show to our guests Polish innovative exhibition projects and modern forms of communicating with the public.


Four stories from one sea

Four stories from one sea

Category: News

Published: 28.09.2010

The touring international marine exhibition "1 Sea – 4 Stories", now hosted by the Polish Maritime Museum (CMM) in Gdańsk as part of its 50th anniversary celebrations, has come from Rostock.


Construction work speeded up

Construction work speeded up

Category: News

Published: 20.08.2010

Day by day, the Maritime Culture Centre built between the Żuraw and the Hanza Hotel is surfacing. Despite the holiday season, intensive pedestrian traffic in and around the streets of Długie Pobrzeże and Szeroka, and the three-week-long St Dominic's Fair, the construction work on the Centre has been making quick progress.


For Whom the Bell Tolled?

For Whom the Bell Tolled?

Category: News

Published: 28.06.2010

A wreck of a wooden sailing boat, discovered in May 2008, is lying at a depth of 64 m off the coast of Hel. When during the first expedition numerous pictures and films were shot, the site aroused interest of the Underwater Archaeology Department of the Polish Maritime Museum.


Shipwrecks in the Gulf of Gdańsk

Shipwrecks in the Gulf of Gdańsk

Category: News

Published: 28.06.2010

What is the Baltic hiding under its surface? How many unidentified wrecks are still buried in the Gulf of Gdańsk? Both underwater archaeologists and divers find these questions intriguing, so shipwreck explorations always arouse considerable emotions.


From Mombassa to Dakar

From Mombassa to Dakar

Category: News

Published: 09.06.2010

The Fisheries Museum at Hel is presenting works of contemporary African artists, from Tanzania through Zambia to Senegal.


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