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Posted by
sithenah (Greater Manchester/Cheshire, United Kingdom) on 28 January 2009 in Documentary & Street and Portfolio.

The destroyer Błyskawica served in the Polish Navy during World War II and is currently preserved as a museum ship in Gdynia. It is the only ship of the Polish Navy awarded with the Virtuti Militari medal, as well as the oldest preserved destroyer in the world.

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RuneE from Norway

A preserved mun,ment of note - but nevertheless, some the young lady is turning her back on it.

28 Jan 2009 10:32am

Carolina from Glimmen, Netherlands

Oh yeah, the ships. Of course, they were the first thing I noticed. Not the Breasts of the Blonde ;-)

28 Jan 2009 3:20pm

Very Cool from United States

We have visited several ships that are now on public display.

28 Jan 2009 5:35pm

Ti from Alpharetta, United States

Which destroyer are we talking about here? The one that's glowing is definitely a destroyer alright!!! :-)

28 Jan 2009 11:20pm

Tumblewords from United States

Wonderful piece of history - great photo!

30 Jan 2009 4:13am

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