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The Controversy of the World War II Museum

One of the coolest museums my study abroad group visited in Gdansk was one that technically wasn’t a museum yet – rather the promise of one. The World War II Museum in Gdansk was set to be open, but thanks to complications the opening has been postponed. Today it is a partially constructed building, one I was[…]

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The European Solidarity Centre and Design

In Poland I have seen many amazing museums, each with something special about it. Some are completely immersive, others are making improvements on data collection, and yet others are controversial. If I had to attribute any defining characteristic to the European Solidarity Centre, it would be its design. The European Solidarity Centre in Gdansk is[…]

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Westerplatte and World War II History

While in Gdansk I had the opportunity to visit an important location in World War II history, a place that I had never heard about prior to my time in Poland: Westerplatte. Westerplatte is where the first battle of World War II took place, with Polish armed resistance fighting against invading German naval forces and Danzig police. The tour I[…]