Physiognomy of gdańsk after ii world war comenius project
Natural Treasures of Europe
XX LO GDAŃSK
Physiognomy of Gdansk after
II World War
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90% buildings located in downtown were destroyed
during II World War. The most precious architecture
was ruined in March 1945. Because of that, the
majority of them was rebuilt or reconstructed. In this
town many new modern and well-designed housing
estates are very quickly built. Gdańsk is one of the
most valuable complex of monuments in Poland. This
city is mainly extending towards its south parts.
For 7 years, until 1991, a new housing
estate which is called Jasień was being built. There are 1476 apartments
(detached- houses, semi-detached houses and blocks of flats).
Gardenia is a new and well-designed housing estate district in Jasień.
Twenty years ago there were arable fields and not many detached houses.
Now there there are huge development ventures. In every big piece of land
people are building new housing estates. Mostly buildings have not got more
than four floors.
Since 2000 Łostowice has been nicely develping bacause of many new
and beautiful detached or semi-detached houses.
PGE Arena Gdańsk
is a football stadium
built in 2008-2011.
It is located in
which is called
Lechia Gdańsk, a
football team is
matches there now.
Piecki-Migowo is a middle-
west district commonly
called Morena. It is on
morena hills which height
is under 100 metres above
sea level. This housing
estate is situated near the
Trójmiejski National Park.
Our school- XX Secondary
School in Gdańsk is located
Przymorze is a
estate in the
north part of
There are many shopping
centers but we can find
there also many nice
A wavy block is a type of
building which looks like
a wave. They are only in
Poland and Italy. In Poland
they were built in sixties
This building is 32 metres high,
13 metres wide, 860 long and is world-famous.
It is the second longest object in the world.
In Gdańsk we have seven wavy blocks in Przymorze and one in Nowy Port.
The tourist center of Gdańsk is Main Town
because of the old mounumets which are there.
Although these buildings were built before II World War,
they were later renovated because during the war they were destroyed.
All the photos in the presentation were taken on our own.