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www.2wrecks.eu

www.2wrecks.eu

Category: News

Published: 08.06.2010

Welcome to the on-line exhibition 'Following the Traces of Mediaeval Shipwrecks', illustrating maritime archaeology in Norway and Poland. The exhibition is addressed mainly to young visitors, who can learn something more about our cultural heritage lying beneath the waves of the Baltic and the North Sea.


The Sea of Antoni Suchanek

The Sea of Antoni Suchanek

Category: News

Published: 27.05.2010

The sea enchanted in art - this is how the exhibition "The Sea of Antoni Suchanek", which can be seen at the Polish Maritime Museum, could be briefly paraphrased. It is the eighth exhibition of the series "Polish Artists on the Sea". The exhibition is fully composed of the works from our marine art collection.


Floating Maritime Heritage

Floating Maritime Heritage

Category: News

Published: 26.05.2010

An international seminar held on 19 May and devoted to maritime heritage in general and historical vessels still in operation in particular, was an event marking the two-day celebrations of the European Maritime Day at the CMM.


Foundation Stone

Foundation Stone

Category: News

Published: 25.05.2010

The foundation stone was laid last Friday (21 May) for the new division of the CMM in Gdańsk at the construction site near the Żuraw.


European Maritime Day 2010

European Maritime Day 2010

Category: News

Published: 25.05.2010

Polish partners in the EU SeaSide project, the CMM and the city of Gdańsk, held a colourful, open-air FESTYN MORSKI event on 20 May, the special guest of which was the Polish sailor Mateusz Kusznierewicz – holding the title of the Ambassador for Maritime Affairs of the City of Gdańsk.


European Maritime Day in Gdańsk

European Maritime Day in Gdańsk

Category: News

Published: 05.05.2010

The Polish Maritime Museum in Gdańsk (CMM) and the city of Gdańsk – Polish partners in the EU project SeaSide, the main goal of which is the promotion of the Southern Baltic Area – are preparing two-day celebrations of the European Maritime Day, to be held at the Museum's chief site the Granaries on Ołowianka.


Golden Jubilee

Golden Jubilee

Category: News

Published: 22.03.2010

The Polish Maritime Museum in Gdańsk, the leading and largest institution in Poland which protects and promotes maritime cultural heritage, is fifty years old. Its golden jubilee in 2010 presents a perfect opportunity to present the history and achievements of this rapidly developing organisation.


Excavations next to the Crane

Excavations next to the Crane

Category: News

Published: 01.03.2010

Anything interesting found by archaeologists on the site of the former Colonial Warehouse in Gdańsk? The plot, next to the Żuraw, is to be the site of CMM Maritime Culture Centre.


They Call Her the Polish 'Titanic'

They Call Her the Polish 'Titanic'

Category: News

Published: 27.11.2009

On November 26, seventy years passed since the Polish legendary ocean liner M/S Piłsudski, one of the largest and most modern passenger ships that sailed under the Polish flag, sank off the English coast.


Dar Pomorza Centenary

Dar Pomorza Centenary

Category: News

Published: 27.11.2009

One of the most beautiful tall ships in the world – the Dar Pomorza, launched on 12 October 1909 at the Blohm & Voss shipyard in Hamburg – has lived to celebrate her 100th anniversary.


The first wreck of a Vistula barge

The first wreck of a Vistula barge

Category: News

Published: 04.09.2009

Archaeological expedition headed by Waldemar Ossowski, Ph.D., of the Marine Archaeology Department of the CMM and organised to explore the wreck of an old river boat has successfully been concluded.


On The Beautiful Southern Baltic...

On The Beautiful Southern Baltic...

Category: News

Published: 28.08.2009

Can the regions along the southern coast of the Baltic Sea become as popular with tourists as the Mediterranean? Participants of the new EU-supported project believe Seathere is unused potential in this region of Europe.


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