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Sandra T
波兰Sroda Wielkopolska13 条分享
2021年9月 • 家庭
Miejsce w którym zatrzymał się czas, naznaczone i przesiąknięte historią. Ważny punkt do zobaczenia w życiu każdego ale także każdego kto interesuje się historią
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Martin B
丹麦哥本哈根1,280 条分享
2022年4月 • 好友
De er ved at bygge et nyt museum på stedet, men man kan stadigvæk se ruinerne efter det tyske angreb og er en masser information de forskellige steder der skete noget. Er også et stort monument, hvor fra der er en god udsigt ud over området. Er et stykke at gå mellem de forskellige ting, men interessant at se. Er gratis.
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英国埃克塞特10 条分享
2022年4月 • 家庭
It's not a place with the entertaining elements. I think it's worth to visit and appreciate the atmosphere of the place to feel what can happen when we vote for the wrong people.
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意大利乌迪内3,220 条分享
2022年3月 • 夫妻情侣
La penisola di Westerplatte è una lingua sabbiosa che chiude sul lato est la foce della Vistola Morta, luogo di grande rilevanza strategica per controllare il porto di Danzica. Il 1 settembre 1939, la corazzata tedesca Schleswig-Holstein che si trovava ormeggiata nel porto canale in quanto in vista di cortesia alla città di Danzica, aprì il fuoco sulla fortezza polacca che presidiava la penisola, dando inizio alla seconda guerra mondiale. La passeggiata sui resti delle fortificazioni è facile e ben segnalata, si arriva poi alla caserma sventrata dai combattimenti (con cartello "entrate a vostro rischio, pericolo di morte"), per poi salire sulla collina artificiale, realizzata utilizzando il materiale di dragaggio, dove si erge il memoriale ai caduti: una grande baionetta di granito grigio, opera degli scultori Franciszek Duszenko e Henryk Kitowski. L'ingresso è gratuito, il percorso sulle fortificazioni sul mare è in terra battuta, pertanto può essere fangoso. Essendo sul mare è certamente più ventilato della città. Ci siamo arrivati con Uber (circa 5 euro). Si trova praticamente allo sbarco dei traghetti che arrivano da Stoccolma.
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Tino S
5 条分享
Den fortælling der er om dette monument for starten på wwll griber en om hjertet. Det er lidt uhyggeligt at gå i en af de ruiner der står tilbage på halvøen efter tyskernes angreb.
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Rati K
格鲁吉亚3 条分享
2021年11月 • 独自旅游
If interested in history, you should visit this place. There may not be a big exhibition but it isn't necessary just to get the feeling of how it all started. Information desks are very useful.

You can take a bus from center of Gdansk, but take into consideration that there is a big gap between bus arriving and next bus leaving, so check the schedules and plan accordingly. In Autumn and winter it can be quite cold there.
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英国伊普斯威奇653 条分享
Worth the visit to see the location of the German invasion of Poland but it is probably better doing it in summer and by boat from the city centre. Being on the coast and quite exposed it also gets quite chilly so make sure to wear a coat! You can wander freely amongst the ruins of the barracks except the area still in use by the military including around the very eerie bombed-out barrack block. You can also climb up to the monument but its not step-free so no use if you have a heavy buggy or wheelchair. Wandering around is quite interesting and there are signs/information boards in English to help you interpret the remains but they are written on clear glass and some are smashed so it is not always easy to read, especially if the light is in the wrong direction - nice idea but not particularly well executed.

The guardroom museum is only open during the summer months so again, avoid winter if you want to look round.

There are a couple of bars/cafes by the port but neither seemed to be open when we were there. I suspect they might open up a bit when the big ferry is in port but other than that you will have to either bring food or make do with microwaved sausage-based fodder from the ice cream stall. Its cheap but hardly gourmet!

Toilet facilities are limited at the moment to festival-type portaloos - the ones away from the kiosks and the workmen are cleaner and don't smell - they even have 'running' water rather than hand sanitiser!

In terms of getting there, the public bus is infrequent and takes a long time so only probably worth it if you are very short of cash or like buses. You have three boat options - the river taxi, Zegluga Gdansk ferries or the pirate galleon. Zegluga is cheaper and currently with the most frequent departures (every 2 hours) but if you want a bar and a party atmosphere on the journey, take the Galleon for 10pln more! Commentary was in Polish and German, not English (whether this was an oversight as they didn't think they had any Brits on board or whether its normal, I don't know but either way was a bit of a test since my German gets very infrequent use these days).

You will see several older fortresses on the way up the harbour but unless you devote a whole day to the area you won't have time to see them all. Again, in winter, a couple of hours with no shelter and the cold wind is probably enough.
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德国汉堡82 条分享
2021年10月 • 独自旅游
The place remembers the point where WWII started back in 1939.
It still has historic parts of ruins of the time and shows a monument for the fallen soldiers
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意大利阿韦利诺2,008 条分享
Westerplatte che abbiamo raggiunto dal centro storico di Danzica grazie alla Black Pearl. Lingua di terra dove all'alba del 1 Settembre del 1939 i Nazisti aprirono il fuoco dando così inizio alla seconda guerra mondiale.
Lì dove si ergeva la caserma colpita quella mattina, è stato eretto un monumento nel 1966.
Molto ventilata, quindi attrezzatevi.
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Dirk G
德国汉堡103 条分享
2021年9月 • 夫妻情侣
Am 01.09.1939 erhielt das Schlachtschiff "Schleswig-Holstein" um 04:38 Uhr deb Befehl Polen anzugreifen. Zu diesem Zeitpunkt befanden sich nur 15 Polnische Soldaten auf dem Militärgelände. 5 Tage lagen Sie unter Beschuss bis Sie verstärkung von 200 Gefängnishäftlingen bekamen. Nach 7 Tagen war die Westerplatte völlig zerstört und 95% tot. Scöne Anlage mit vie erhalten Bunkeranlagen.
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