Maritime Culture Centre is one of the most modern museums in Poland and is the only museum which promotes information on maritime subject in a comprehensive and interactive way by employing multimedia techniques.
The majority of granaries in Gdańsk were destroyed as a result of war actions in 1945. The walls of three of them were preserved on Ołowianka and after reconstruction in 1985 they became the main exhibition area for National Maritime Museum.
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