The district of Zaspa has over 50 striking wall murals
The Gdańsk suburb of Zaspa has Europe’s largest neighbourhood collection of residential wall murals. Almost all of the residential blocks of flats in Zaspa have had their walls painted in extraordinary ways. These massive murals document some of Poland’s political history and the fall of Communism, and other walls are just painted for passion with no political messages. Lech Wałęsa was Poland’s President from 1990 to 1995, and he used to live in Zaspa, he has a mural of his own. The official website for Zaspa’s murals has all the details and while the murals are free to visit, guided tours can also be arranged.