Gdańsk, Pomeranian Voivodeship, Poland

For much of its history Gdańsk was a German city with the name of Danzig. Following the end of World War II and the expulsion of the Germans living there, the city became known as Gdańsk.

Names: 
Gdańsk, Pomeranian Voivodeship, Poland
Danzig, Prussia
Images: 

Panorama of Gdansk from the Motława River (2012).
Source: Wikipedia Commons.

Pre-Volga Origin

Title: Dobrinka
Latitude: 50.312471
Longitude: 45.704846
Title: Walter
Latitude: 51.152333
Longitude: 44.804167
Title: Dobrinka
Latitude: 50.312471
Longitude: 45.704846
Title: Beauregard
Latitude: 51.691343
Longitude: 46.723051
Title: Bettinger
Latitude: 51.923167
Longitude: 47.260667
Title: Beauregard
Latitude: 51.691343
Longitude: 46.723051
Latitude: 51.712816
Longitude: 46.740787
Title: Ober-Monjou
Latitude: 51.736667
Longitude: 46.844500
Title: Reinhard
Latitude: 51.536697
Longitude: 46.559670
Title: Rosenheim
Latitude: 51.666333
Longitude: 46.475500
Title: Rosenheim
Latitude: 51.666333
Longitude: 46.475500
Title: Schäfer
Latitude: 51.530196
Longitude: 46.614074
Title: Schilling
Latitude: 51.187667
Longitude: 45.784500
Title: Kamenka
Latitude: 50.693333
Longitude: 45.424667
Title: Göbel
Latitude: 50.476667
Longitude: 45.425000
Title: Göbel
Latitude: 50.476667
Longitude: 45.425000
Title: Husaren
Latitude: 50.735000
Longitude: 45.458333
Title: Husaren
Latitude: 50.735000
Longitude: 45.458333