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30 Jul 2023

The Emigration Museum is located in the heart of the port of Gdynia, at the address “Polska 1”. It is here that the historic Maritime Station, built in the interwar period, is located. Due to its fascinating history, the building is not only the seat of the museum, but also an important part of the story presented in the Museum.

It was in the Marine Station that the central place of pre-war passenger traffic was located. The legendary Polish transatlantic liners with the MS “Batory” moored here. The building was the main part of the extensive emigration infrastructure and also had a very important representative function – it was the last image of Poland remembered by emigrants, and the first one for those coming from abroad. Its architecture – monumental and elegant on the one hand, avant-garde and functional on the other – combined the most important features of Gdynia – the pride of the Polish state, but also a city open to the world and modernity.

Źródło fotografii: Strona internetowa Muzeum Emigracji w Gdyni 

30 Jul 2023

We value the time spent together and celebrate every possible opportunity to meet. On Sunday morning we had breakfast together with the President of the Leopolis for Future Council – Grzegorz Waluszewski.

29 Jul 2023

A permanent point on the map of the Tri-City and a place that we visit with our interns every year is the European Solidarity Centre. As every year, a visit to ESC aroused a lot of emotions among our trainees.

*The European Solidarity Center is a modern cultural institution that perpetuates the memory of our greatest civic success – the victory of Solidarity. It is a museum commemorating the Solidarity revolution and the fall of communism in Europe, but also an educational center, research and science center, archive, library and media library.

28 Jul 2023

After visiting Blue Media, we rushed to the Gdańsk Shakespeare Theatre, where, as part of the 27th Shakespeare Festival, we watched a flamenco show entitled “Hamlet. The dance of the melancholic” directed by Jesus Herrera. After the show, we visited the library of the Professor Jerzy Limon, where we met with the Vice-President of the Theatrum Gedanense Foundation, Mrs. Justyna Limon.

28 Jul 2023

We are already waiting on the platform where the Pendolino with our interns from Warsaw will enter in a moment. A weekend full of attractions is ahead of us. It promises to be a lot of walking, little sleep and hours of great fun.

27 Jul 2023

On July 27, 2023, together with the Leopolis for Future interns, we paid a visit to the Mayor Aleksandra Dulkiewicz. Thank you very much, Madam President, for the many warm words and time devoted to us. We hope that we will have a chance to continue our conversation in the fall, as part of the Leopolis for Future online series.

20 Jul 2023

On July 20, 2023, our interns  from Tri-City had the honor of visiting Mayor Wojciech Szczurek at the Gdynia City Hall. The meeting was held in a pleasant atmosphere, and the conversation about the future of the Ukrainian nation, opportunities and challenges facing our interns will be remembered for a very, very long time.

9 Jul 2023

The Leopolis for Future program is not only about gaining professional experience and learning about the history and culture of Poland and Europe. We also find time for fun and pleasure. On Sunday, July 9th, we went with Interns from the Tri-City on a trip by water tram to Hel. The weather was beautiful, and the water in the Baltic Sea, as always, was too cold for swimming, although there was no shortage of volunteers  😉