, the largest Polish seaport on the Baltic, has been the site of many historic moments and the home of many important people. It is the cradle of the centuries-old Kashubian literary and cultural tradition, which still thrives today. Gdansk was the site of the first battle of World War II, on a beach north of town. It was also the site where the Solidarity movement was born, and by extension, the birth of post-Communist Poland. Johannes Hevelius, Daniel Fahrenheit, Gunter Grass and Lech Walesa have all sung Gdansk`s praises...will you be next?
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