Gdansk, Poland is a very old city and a port city in Poland. It is also the place where amber is produced in the Baltic Sea. Amber Street is actually a big market. You can look at Amber while strolling around. It is recommended that you go shopping in a store opened by a local, which may be more expensive than the stalls outside, without much bargaining. But really. We went to a store, and the salesperson showed us several ambers and asked which one was real. The fake one looked more real than the real one. But put it in 25% salt water. It really doesn't sink. False direct sink
Apart from the devastation of the war, Gdansk has the most famous specialty of Poland-amber. Baltic amber accounts for more than 80% of the global amber production. Although the Baltic countries have been arguing over who is the "Amber Kingdom", the reputation of the "Amber Capital" is absolutely undisputed. The point of "Gdansk" is that it represents the highest level and heritage of world amber culture and craftsmanship.
This street is the center of this city where people buy amber. In Gdansk, Baltic amber is abundant and abundant and can be found everywhere, but there are more amber shops on this street than you think. I went in and out of shops across the street to find the perfect amber ring. In the end, I found the ring I expected and bought it at a very good price!
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Amber Street is the famous amber beeswax trading street in Gdansk, where there are nearly a hundred large and small stalls and small shops. Most of the products sold are the famous Baltic beeswax and amber, as well as some European antiques. Of course, there are also many fakes here. The quality of the purchase depends on your own knowledge and vision.