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Highlights in Pomerania
- Polish Baltic Sea coast
- Old town of Gdansk
- UNESCO World Heritage Marienburg
- Museum ship Dar Pomorza
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The multifaceted region captivates by its variety and is a first-class destination for culture travellers, bathers and nature lovers. Excellent beaches and fabulous water quality of the Baltic Sea await you in a holiday home or apartment in the coastal towns of Krokowa, Rowy or Wladyslawowo. Interesting sights, museums and leisure activities await you in the cities of Gdansk and Marienburg. Here you can rent an apartment in the historic old towns.
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Location and orientation
In the northeast of the country, the historical region and current voivodeship extends over an area of 18,300 square kilometers. The northern border is formed by the Baltic Sea coast between Zalesin in the west and Nowa Karczma in the west. The southernmost municipalities are Czluchów and Kwidzyn. The region offers fantastic seaside resorts, cultural sites and untouched nature reserves for tourists. The majority of the 2.26 million inhabitants live in the metropolises of Gdansk, Slupsk and Marienburg.
Pomerania has the longest pier in Europe at 511 metres. It rises on the beach of Sopot on the sea.
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Directly at the bay of Gdansk the old and right city of Gdansk invite you to historical explorations. The centre was built in the 13th century and shows impressive architectural monuments such as the town hall, the large mill on the Raduni canal, the fountain or the Katharinenkirche.2nd Gigantic Brick Building
On the outskirts of Marienburg, the Order Castle of the same name is enthroned on the banks of the Nogat. The 13th century fortress is built in the style of brick Gothic and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. During the four-hour guided tour, visitors can explore the magnificent property and visit the exhibition of the Amber Museum.3.
The three-masted sailing ship Dar Pomorza, built in 1910 at the Hamburg shipyard Bloom & Voss, is located in the port of Gdynia. The ship has a length of 81 metres and a width of 13 metres. Once the mighty ship was part of the national sailing fleet, later it served as a sailing training ship. Today the museum ship can be visited permanently.