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Westerplatte Gdansk Poland by Piotr Rymer
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Pomnik Obrońców Wybrzeża - pomnik w Gdańsku na Westerplatte, przy wejściu do portu, upamiętniający polskich obrońców wybrzeża we wrześniu 1939 w formie kopca (nie jest nazywany kopcem) z monumentem o wysokości 23 metrów. Budowa dzieła została zainicjowana przez Radę Ochrony Pomników Walki i Męczeństwa.
Copyright: Piotr Rymer
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Uploaded: 05/05/2011
Updated: 22/08/2014
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Tags: westerplatte; gdansk; poland; nowy port; piotr rymer; wojna swiatowa; world war
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