- Stadion im. Zbigniewa Podleckiego
- Zawodników 1, 80-729 Gdańsk
- GPS Data
- N54° 20' 45.96", E18° 40' 17.4"
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Name: Polski Związek Motorowy
Airport named Lech Wałęsa – Gdansk
Website: air port.gdansk.pl
Distance: 20 km
Cultural, science and economic center, North Poland's communication node, the capital of the Pomeranian Voivodeship. Center of the maritime ecnomy with a big seaport. Gdańsk with 461 798 citizens is placed as sixth in Poland concerning the population. Along with Gdynia and Sopot, Gdańsk creates the Tricity.
It is a city with over a thousand-year history, which identity has been shaped throughout the ages under the influence of many different cultures. Gdańsk was also the biggest city of Republic of Both Nations. This royal city had an active right to vote on the king's election. Gdańsk has also been an important cultural center. It is considered as a symbolic place of WWII start and beginning of communism's fall in the Eastern Europe. In the city, there are numerous architecture treasures with many institutions and cultural agencies working inside. In Gdańsk, the biggest international amber fair is held.