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Narodowe Muzeum Morskie w Gdańsku

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The museum complex on the Motława river

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"Storm in the Port" at the Maritime Gallery

"Storm in the Port" at the Maritime Gallery


The collection of Polish maritime art of the National Maritime Museum has been enriched by the painting "Storm in the Port" by an eminent artist Mela Muter. Purchased due to the subsidy granted by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage, the painting will be exhibited at the Maritime Gallery.

The exploration of F53.30 – work in progress

The exploration of F53.30 – work in progress


Archaeologists and divers of the National Maritime Museum in Gdańsk have completed studies of the F53.30 shipwreck. Exploration of the site has been conducted as a part of the "Gulf of Gdańsk Shipwreck Virtual Open-Air Museum" project and has provided outstanding results. Presumably, "Szklany" is the remains of a merchant vessel of Gdańsk origin dating back to the latter half of the 17th century.

The Copper Ship

"The Copper Ship"


We are proud to present the latest publication of the National Maritime Museum in Gdansk entitled "The Copper Ship – a Medieval Shipwreck and Its Cargo". Dedicated to the pioneers of maritime archaeology in Poland, this diligently prepared and beautifully published title constitutes a compendium of one of the greatest discoveries in the field of underwater archaeology in Poland.

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