Nynashamn to Gdansk

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About Nynashamn

Nynashamn, in Stockholm County, is the southernmost outpost on the Stockholm archipelago. The town has a population of about 14,000. It's about 60km south of Stockholm and easily reached by road and rail. The town is also a destination for cruise ships that are too large for Stockholm. The town is laid back and a popular destination in the summer for outdoor and sea related activities including surfing, diving, sailing, paddling, climbing, hiking and golf.

About Gdansk

This cheerful maritime city owes its present grandeur to a thousand year of Polish-German history. The beautiful Old Town features the largest brick Gothic church in the world. The city is also the home of of former Polish president and Nobel Peace Prize winner Lech Walesa. In 1980 the city witnessed the birth of the Solidarity movement which brought the end of Communism across Eastern Europe.

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