Monument in Gdynia is not the best description you say? Well, there is not much more information I could get about that even though I was visiting Gdynia with locals. The only thing they could tell me, is that it comes from the communistic times. Close to it is the Joseph Conrad Monument, but I doubt that they are connected. Maybe you can help me with some information?
So far that has been the most interesting modern Library building I’ve seen. I was passing it every morning for two weeks on the way to my language course and I was always wondering what the 3 little “turbines” on each side are for. One day I went in to check it out, and can you believe it? They are three “single reading rooms”, where you can take your books, close the door behind you and have calm space to read. How cool was that idea of the architect?
The real challenge about this photo, apart from the obvious that it’s taken against the sun, was that it’s taken from a moving ship. We took a tour around the port on some strange tourist boat which gave me that kind of unique angle to shoot the Dar Pomorza in Gdynia. Read more!
So this is the building of the University of Gdansk (Uniwersytet Gdański), where I tried to gain more knowledge about that beautiful, but difficult language. It sure has been a wonderful time to study in that modern University. I mean how awesome is it, when you can reach the beach of the Baltic Sea by tram right from your University? More information on the photo!
You already know this view, but last time I showed a photo from the sunset. Well, there was a second day that I came to Gdansk, and this time it was a bit later. As I wasn’t alone, I couldn’t spend enough time on that shot as I would have liked to. Read more!