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723 St Dominic's Market

Mundivie, once again, had the pleasure of presenting our products during this year's St Dominic's Market in Gdańsk.

St. Dominic's Market is one of the biggest events in Poland. Years of tradition, exceptional atmosphere and unique and exceptional goods are just a few reasons why not only Poles, but also guests from abroad participate in the event every year.

The tradition of St Dominic's Market dates back to the 13th century. In 1260, Pope Alexander IV authorised the Dominicans of Gdansk to grant well indulgences on the feast day of their founder, St Dominic.

The St Dominic's Market was held annually for the next few centuries, becoming an important festival for the city of Gdansk. The tradition of the annual Fair was interrupted by the Second World War. It was not resumed until 1972. It was then that the cockerel became the symbol of the fair.