Meanwhile in Gdansk …

I really like such madness …

I was invited by the Gdańsk Tourist Organization to take part in an interesting project that is being carried out by the Poland by Locals team.

Especially now, during the pan-hysteria, a bit of normality is very useful.

So, we arranged the date, we adjusted the route and the number of objects to appear in the short video. We also determined that it is worth showing Gdańsk differently – and emphasizing the traces of Gothic in the city.

And let no one here “grumble” that Gdańsk was rebuilt after the war, and that the Gothic brick is only the one that I have at home from a heap of road works …

I heard myself on Długa Street when someone told someone (showing a completely new, postwar building):  “this the building was built at the same time as the town hall, in the Middle Ages, and survived because it adjoins the town hall. “

Yes. The phenomenon of rebuilding the Gdańsk Main Town lies precisely in this – preserving the so-called the spirit of the times.

So, after many discussions on the route, we finally went – into the city.

And what came out of it – you can watch below.

I like this video because I worked with a fine team, the sun was shining (from time to time), and I did what I liked – that is, I was a talking head again.

1 Comment

  1. will take a look at it

    On Mon, 25 May 2020 at 00:44, Tutivillus and others wrote:

    > Poland Guide – Katarzyna (Katherine) Czaykowska posted: “I really like > such madness … I was invited by the Gdańsk Tourist Organization to take > part in an interesting project that is being carried out by the Poland by > Locals team. Especially now, during the pan-hysteria, a bit of normality is > very useful. So, ” >

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