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A Thousand Years of History in Gdansk, Poland

Moments from the¬†Fall 2014¬†field program “1,000 Years of History” in Gdansk, Poland.

Welcome to Gdansk!
Fall 2014 voyagers pass through Zielona Brama (Green Gate) onto Długi Targ (Long Market) for their first view of Old Town Gdansk.
Looking and Learning
Gap year student Mary McGhehee (R) and Abby Golebioski (L), of the University of Saint Thomas, participate in the tour.
Artus Court
At the Gdańsk History Museum, voyagers stand in the hall of Artus Court, which was named for King Arthur and completed in 1350.
The Last Judgement
FA14 voyagers view “The Last Judgement” by Hans Memling at the National Museum of Gdansk.
Gdańsk Astronomical Clock
At St. Mary’s Church, participants viewed a 15-century astronomical clock that included a calendar of the saints.
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  • Life on Land

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