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Old February 11th, 2013, 01:36 AM   #821
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The history of the reconstruction of the City of Gdańsk are related to many forms of architects, sculptors, painters. Their effort is described and celebrated in the two-volume work entitled.: "Memories of the rebuilding of the City." Mentions there are many institutions that have contributed to the reconstruction of the historic Gdansk. They are often changed, and transformed reorganizowały. Most of them are set up for the moment no longer exists. Left and the work of their work, rebuilt monuments of Gdansk, which testify to the great spirit which their efforts.



Walking Long Market, on the corner of the street. Pończoszników, we find the number 25 house was beautifully finished arcade with vaulted arches keystones. Carved on their faces covered were somewhat caricatured. The author of the "gargoyle" is a prof. Tadeusz Godziszewski of Nicolaus Copernicus University. To answer the question of who they represent, I will use the story of the reconstruction of the history of Gdansk. Well, one time professor. Godziszewski, working on the reconstruction of Gdansk noted that "the head and bust of the facades is a likeness of Gdansk patricians and municipal officials." At the present at the interview Wojciech Zaleski suggested the idea that drugs can be put keystones likeness of those who worked on the reconstruction of facades of houses in Gdansk. And so was born the idea of ​​the plastic interior building No. 25 at the Long Market. Quickly made clay models of selected heads of artists and architects, and were cast in plaster and put into forging in natural stone. Who, therefore, represent the first and last name, these playful portraits and what was their contribution to the reconstruction of the Main City of Gdansk? From the Long Market street portraits appear prof. Jozefa Wnukowa and Bronislaw Mieszkowski. However, from the street. Pończoszników is a gallery of portraits: Lech Kadłubowski, prof. Stanislaw Horno-Poplawski, and Prof. Wojciech Zaleski. Jack Zulawski. A side yard was a place for a portrait of Michael Bojakowskiego. It's time for a short presentation of the figures.

Prof. Jozefa Wnukowa, in 1937, graduated from Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw. From 1945 to live in Sopot, was a co-founder of the National WSSP in Sopot, moved from time to Gdansk. Since 1948, runs a decorative fabric. In the years 1952-1953 she participated in decorating the facades of houses in the Royal Route. When she went no facades on buildings 10/11 and 20 Street. Long, to force acceptance of their improvement, personally risked careers, hoe and destroyed them after the funds have made a successful new elevations. In the years 1967-1970 the painter worked for interiors Main City Hall. It is a painting by the Vestibule Hall, made wax technique for dealing with larch ceiling surface 66 m square. The composition immortalized King Sobieski ceremonial entrance to Gdansk.



Bronislaw Mieszkowski youth is associated with Malopolska. He was born in 1909 in Nowy Targ. Studies in law and graduated in art history at the Jagiellonian University in 1938. He came to Gdansk permanently after the war in 1947. and here he was appointed deputy provincial conservation officer. His supervisor was Professor. John Borowski. At that time it was decided to reconstruct the Main City. From the autumn of 1947 when the provincial conservator acted Preservation Department. As a provincial deputy conservator B. Mieszkowski dealt with archival and financial affairs.



Interesting is the fact that the urban planning of the City of Gdańsk designed the Warsaw architects and conservators. In March 1951, John Borowski resigned as conservator, and took the position after Bronislaw Mieszkowski. In terms of oversight of the reconstruction of the City worked on the Technical Council, which dealt with the interior facade of the reconstructed buildings. In 1955 established the office of the Municipal Conservator, minus some responsibilities the Regional Conservator, which B. Mieszkowski remained until 1958

Lech Kadłubowski architect before the war lived in Vilnius. Immediately after the war brought to Gdansk, where in 1948 he graduated from the Faculty of Architecture of the Technical University of Gdansk, and took a job at the Central Office of Architecture and Construction Projects. The following year he won a competition to design the reconstruction of Post Office in Gdansk. The building was built in the socialist realist style, forgetting just put the coat of arms of Gdańsk in the attic above the entrance. Along with the decision on the final shape and design of the Royal Route, taken in December 1952, created "Miastoprojekt" and set up a team of architects to do finishing work on the Royal Route.



Lech Kadłubowski was the chief designer and coordinator of the reconstruction of the city. Hold this position until 1965, the memoirs of an architect, we learn the principles of reconstruction of the Royal Route. Before the war, houses were painted in solid colors, no paint composition. Renowatorzy after long disputes and discussions, they decided to enter the colorful facades of buildings compositions tailored to different ages. Lech Kadłubowski believed that where there is documentation preserved originals, modern buildings had to be put on without the severity of style. This concept seems to be present to win. To this day, standing on the Royal Route houses designed by Lech Kadłubowski at the Long 26 and 27 and the Long Market 30 and 19 (the former hotel "Jantar"). However, as flagship, which (for many) the architect of controversial productions are: school at St. Spirit Theater, "Coast" and the building of LOT (in collaboration with John Niedostatkiewicz).

Professor Stanislaw Horno-Poplawski was born in 1902, studied sculpture at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw. In the years 1932-1939 he taught at the University of Vilnius. Since 1946 associated with the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń and WSSP in Sopot, and later in Gdansk, where in the years 1949-1950 and 1956-1960 he was dean of the Faculty of Sculpture. Professor Horno - Poplawski is the author of a number of statues and monuments in Vilnius, Warsaw, Bialystok, Kalisz, Bydgoszcz and Gdansk Wloclawek. Here, during the reconstruction of the City led a team of the Central Laboratory of the City sculpture. Sculpture studio was located in the Artus Court. During this period, the artist was a supporter of the Convention realistic sculptures. Among his famous works in Gdansk houses the sculptural decoration at. Long 28, 37 and 76 and the Long Market 25.40 and 43 With time, the professor developed a form of processed fragmented field stones. Examples of this school is found in the Square D Kobzdej in the form of a number of stone lions, which are the result of a workshop organized by the Community Foundation of Gdansk.



Architect Wojciech Zaleski, spent his childhood in Vilnius. Since April 1946, he settled in Gdansk, where in the years 1947-1952 he studied at the Faculty of Architecture of the Technical University of Gdansk. Since 1947 he worked at the National Laboratory of Conservation of Monuments and after its reorganization in 1949, came to the Laboratory Project Office Department of Historic Settlements Workers. The work began with an inventory of your damaged monuments and odgruzowywanych cellars. Later, he was entrusted with designing the "spirit of the Gdansk 'houses, for which there was no iconographic Street. Long 5 and 36 and st. Garbary 10, 11, 12, 13, 14.



The architect says the rapid pace of reconstruction, which often organized labor competition. Another houses designed by W. Zaleski stand at. Beer 61, 62 and 63 and at. Long 84 and 85 He also accounted for in the share of the southern frontage of the street design. Wide, for the proposed recreation of Gdańsk street. After another reorganization of the project team at the turn of 1952/53 year, the Zaleski has been commissioned to design buildings at. St. Mary's 5-11, and houses of przedprożami Street. Św.Ducha 104-110, which was designed as two buildings ridge in place of a few houses. Recently, his work before leaving Gdansk in 1956 were projects of houses in Long Market No. 25-29.

Professor Jacek Zulawski, born in 1907 in Krakow. In the years 1927-1929 he studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Kraków, then in Fine Arts in Warsaw. From 1935 he lived in Paris. In 1945, he co-founded Academy of Fine Arts in Sopot. From 1952 to 1956, led a team of designers, painting the facade reconstruction of historic buildings on the Royal Route.



Among his most famous works is elevation of house number 8 on the Long Market and the interior design of the Main City Hall, including Hall and Hall wety Zodiac. Professor until 1965. Jacek Zulawski Architectural Painting Workshop conducted at the Gdansk Academy of Fine Arts, and l 1965-1974 Diploma Painting Workshop.

Bojakowski Michael, born in 1895, engineer, architect, won the title at the Department of Architectural Lviv Polytechnic. Since May 1948, he worked as an architect in Gdańsk free practice. In the years from 1948 to 1951 headed the reconstruction of houses for the Crafts House in Gdańsk. He devotes much attention to this matter in his memoirs. The reconstruction of these buildings have to make a design and cost estimate for the whole of their construction and be approved by the Department of Building magistrate. Then had to make separate projects and estimates for individual work: plumbing and CO, electrical, finishing works: plastering, painting, carpentry. Then all of these works have been put tenders. With the start of finishing, searched for the missing material in the rubble. Yes captured marble tiles adjacent to the front door the Chamber of Crafts. The plates of the building owner's initials engraved W. Malicki merit in the reconstruction of WM and MB (Michael Bojakowskiego). In parallel, in the years 1949 to 1951 Mr. Bojakowski oversaw the renovation of the House Natural History Society and the Society of St Manor. George. In 1952 he was an inspector supervision of finishing the facade of houses in the Royal Route, and this feature is also a member of the Technical supervisor facade design and fine arts buildings of the City.



Another gallery of merit in the reconstruction of the City is on medication arcades building at ul. Chlebnickiej 20th Could use to install the boards of both buildings with a list of names of the people shown.

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Old February 11th, 2013, 01:42 AM   #822
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The building on the corner of ul. Pończoszników Chlebnickiej and wears number 20, and not, as in many places was mistakenly written number 23 The building is from the street. Pończoszników has trójarkadowy arcade. Not everyone observes that here, as in the house at Long Market 25, keystones of the arcades are decorated with the beautiful portraits.



Who was inducted into the podobiznach, it's a real mystery. There are also images of people who contributed to the recovery from the devastation of war Gdansk. The weakness of this place is that it is permanently underexposed. But the images of the main characters present themselves quite worthy and dignified. Five heads and from the street. Richard Massalskiego Chlebnickiej show, from the street. Zdzislaw Pończoszników Bare, Barbara Roll and Adam tar, and from the yard of John Klincewicz. The latter builder found the least information, so I will start a brief discussion of it.

MSc. architect John Klincewicz was in the rebuilding of the City of Gdansk building control inspector.



His competence was lying so overall control of the correctness of the recovery process in all its stages. Unfortunately, I did not find any personal references or anecdotes concerning the person of Mr Inspector.

Sculptor Adam Smolana - before the war, he studied at the Institute of Fine Arts in Lviv. Since 1946 he worked in the WSSP in Sopot, and since 1954 in Gdansk, moving up the ladder in her teaching career.



Sculpture made ​​mostly of wood. Also designed the monuments. The artist has made a substantial contribution to the renovation of the City. From his chisel medallions of Roman emperors came to the façade of the building Czirenberga Street. Long 29, and statues of Venus and Mars in the adjacent building site at the Long 30th A lot of work has done well in the Long Market: przedproży board at no. 8 and 18, a sculpture of Cupid at no. 16, the figure tops house at no. 29th Came from his chisel the statue of Justice at the Golden Gate. The sculptures often used anthropomorphic forms of wood or stone. Very well deserved for the culture of Gdansk, died in 1987

Art historian Barbara Roll - graduated from Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan in 1956 A year later, she joined the office of the provincial conservation officer. In the years from 1961 to 1967 held the function of the provincial conservation officer.



She deserved to restore radiance the Red Room Main City Hall. Maintenance in control of the main altar of the Basilica of St. Mary and St. Peter's Basilica. Nicholas. Launched in Gdansk record sights and co-editor of outstanding monuments of Gdansk directory: "Gdańsk - Main Town".

Architect Engineer Zdzislaw Bara - was born in Lodz in 1921 There he graduated from high school. After the war he came to Gdansk, where in the years 1945 to 1950 he studied at the Faculty of Architecture of the Technical University of Gdansk. During this period, worked on the reconstruction of the City, a private construction company.



After graduation, he worked in ZOR Design Office, and then in the "Miastoprojekcie" then actively participating in the reconstruction of Gdansk. In his memoirs, the architect live and vividly describes the many exciting events of the squares reconstruction, such as mistakenly walk through the cracked ceilings church. Nicholas, or annoying designers minuteness with which to check all projects the head of the Technical prof. Dr. Eng. Marian Osinski. Zdzislaw Bara also described the struggle that was waged in defense of the Church of St. lapidary. John of hooligans seeking scrap metal. With memories of the architect, we learn, too, how did the bruising allegorical sculpture of the Golden Gate and the attic of the mistake in the famous inscription "Navigare necessum est", it should be "necesse" (sailing it is necessary). Zdzislaw Bara after 1960 became the general designer décor of the City and went on to serve even in 1997

Architect and restorer doc. Dr. Eng. Richard Massalski, like Zdzislaw Bara, in the years 1945 to 1950 he studied at the Faculty of Architecture of the Technical University of Gdansk. During this period worked with the provincial conservation officer. For many years he was a member of the supervisory boards reconstruction of the historic preservation of Gdansk.



Its authorship is several projects at the Long Market facades. It houses 20, 21 and 22 He was a consultant for the history of architecture. He worked in a team of historians of architecture at the Technical University of Gdansk, developing the whole "sets all street frontage with the concepts of string solutions cubature individual buildings." In 1961-62 he served as the office of Richard Massalski urban conservator. He has published numerous articles discussing the principles of restoration of selected monuments of Gdansk.

Also pay attention to the opposite side of the street. Pończoszników, where the image of Eng. Stanislaus architect Michel, whose contribution to the rebuilding of the City are well known.



I recall here only the most well-known projects - Rococo hall portal and Long Market building at 29, rococo portal with a statue of a dancer in naświetlu house at Long Market 37, the interior of the hall building at ul. Long 72, cellars in the restaurant "Under the tower" at. Beer, Gothic Street tenement. 1 of gothic Mary przedprożowymi plates, Renaissance house "At Queen Marysieńka" Street. And there's Causeway and a portal rococo building No. 13, picturesque houses on Long Embankment between Mary's Gate and Crane, and finally cooperation in the project tenements across the street frontage. Stągiewna. Mr. Michel complains that, unfortunately, reconstruction of the main city was not carried out consistently, for left many gaps and holes in the building of streets "is not acceptable in the historic town"

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Old February 11th, 2013, 05:17 AM   #823
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Where does Lodz fit into this picture? Or has it lost its historic face in the 20th century?
It depends what we are talking about. Łódź was generally developed on classical grid very similar to Manhattan grid or Barcelona grid, making the streets look alike.
Architecture is dominated by neorenaissance, eclectism and modernism with significant touch of art nouveau.
People are calling Łódź 'Manchester of the east' because of the factories. For me It's more like Turin.

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Gdansk is just THE most charming, iconic and fascinating of all of them. Perhaps even, with all due respect, the most beautiful city of all Poland.
Gdansk was my favourite when I visited. It's unique from a Polish point-of-view, and it has a real charm. I absolutely loved it, just wish the Old Town would be a little more lively at night.....like Krakow.
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Are reconstruction efforts still currently ongoing in Gdansk? If so, can we get an example of recent reconstructions.
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just wish the Old Town would be a little more lively at night.....like Krakow.
Due its outskirt location and Sopot, it will never be like Kraków.
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Gdansk is so Dutch. And perhaps in many cases even more beautiful than many cities in the Netherlands.
The Dutch are invited to take a look.
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I have a few Polish friends and they are the loveliest and most fun people I can imagine, so much so they are as fun, warm blooded and lovely as people of Lebanon or Persians and know hoe to party, enjoy life with the little things and also value friendships and love and that makes them such special people and all the reason to believe that Poland has so many potentials of all the best of east and west just as Persia being always conquered and annexed and liberated or capitulated etc but yet managing to stay proud, safeguard it's glorious past and always have the last word and victor.

I was so happy when I heard a few years ago off course that Poland can and will join the EU as I knew that an entire new place to explore and discover will open up.

It still may not be the best place to live since there are some conservative people around but at the rate of which they book progress, rebuild and market their nation, Poland will be the France of the East and sure a hot spot to visit and do business in the coming decades.

I love the history of Poland which is much overshadowed by the rest of Europe but indeed, they have played such a crucial role in all possible categories of history of Europe and beyond and so glad these cities and towns are there and been being rebuilt for all of the World to see, admire and cherish or understand the important role of Polish and Poland on world stage.

Gdansk is absolutely my number 1 top destination to visit when I set foot in Poland but also Wroclaw and Krakow, Warsaw and some castles and palaces.

I can't wait for the spring to arrive so I visit Wroclaw & Krakow with my friends, they ll visit their families and I can accompany them and taste some authentic pyrogi and other yummy too.

Thank you all for all the pictures and historical facts.

Gdansk sure is the most beautiful crowning jewel of Hanseatic cities, have seen Hamburg, Zutphen, Deventer etc etc, but Gdansk is just THE most charming, iconic and fascinating of all of them. Perhaps even, with all due respect, the most beautiful city of all Poland.
You've inspired me to travel
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^ Great, now,Poland is completely different country, I mean its much wealthier and its so visible everywhere.
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I'm so lucky I live and study in Gdańsk, it's such a wonderful city!
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Franciszek Duszenko - outstanding Polish sculptor (he was reconstructing sculptural objects in Gdansk between 1952 and 1962, e.g. 8 Long Market, 40 Long Market, 99 Ogarna Street)



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so nice to see the craftsmen/builders behind the magnificent reconstruction of Poland's city's honoured.
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Craftsmen like that are priceless.
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The process of removing Polish symbols in Gdansk after 1793 (after Partitons of Poland)...







I'm aware that this is not a complete list.

During the war and after reconstruction
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The Dutch are invited to take a look.
Thank you .. and sure I will come and visit.

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St. Bartholomew's Church after WW2


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Sadly, the interior wasn't reconstructed...

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I was looking for more palaces in Gdansk built between the 17th and 18th centuries, but I can't find anything. Little Negro House (reconstructed), Mniszchow Palace (demolished in 1905, not yet rebuilt) and Abbot's Palace (reconstructed). Is that all?

Some examples of the Baroque palaces in Torun
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Churches in Orunia (Stare Szkoty), St. Albrecht, Oliwa (St. James), interiors of St. Nicholas, Löwenhof, manor houses in Oliwa (a lot), manor in New Port, manor in Jaśkowa Dolina, Manor Kuźniczki, manor in Morena, Ferbers Manor, orphanage in Old Town, Dwór Młyniska, manor in Olszynka, other manors and houses, church and rectory on Grodzisko, Small Armory.

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Szczepan Baum - famous Polish pomo architect (loved by some, hated by others)


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Reminds me of a lot of Elblag's architecture. It's not old, it's not new, it's some sort of bastardized version of the original. Looks out of place, IMO.
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