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The European Solidarity Centre, photo: Grzegorz Mehring

On 31st August 2014, the 25th anniversary of the signing of the August Accords in Gdańsk, the European Solidarity Centre opened to the public.

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Michał Szlaga, photo courtesy of the artist

Michał Szlaga made his debut with a series of staged self-portraits What Made Me?, in which he appears in such historical roles as a Nazi, a Jew, a Catholic priest, a member of the communist Citizen’s Militia and a Red Army soldier.

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The Google Cultural Institute launches a series of online exhibitions dedicated to the Fall of the Iron Curtain, together with the Polish History Museum, DDR Museum in Berlin, Romania's TVR and Getty Images. A total of 13 exhibitions come together to tell the story of this momentous time through photos, video and an insightful narrative contributed by experts and scholars from all over the world

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The project takes its cue from mainstream guided bus tours, but led by people who present a more insightful perspective on the history of the shipyard. The line addresses the need to recover memories that have never been voiced, to found a deeper insight into this significant site.

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