Danzig


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Danzig:

see GdańskGdańsk
, formerly Danzig
, city (1993 est. pop. 466,700), capital of Pomorskie prov., N Poland, on a branch of the Vistula and on the Gulf of Gdańsk. One of the chief Polish ports on the Baltic Sea, it is a leading industrial and communications center.
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, Poland.

Danzig

1. the German name for Gdańsk
2. a rare variety of domestic fancy pigeon originating in this area
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