DAY 2 ♛ 7/18/17

GDANSK 18 July - Central Market Square, Gdansk Shakespeare Theatre, & European Solidarity Centre Erdem ‘Arleen’ Top in Hurst Rose Erdem ‘Imari’ Skirt in Hurst…
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•swipe to see more pics• The second day of Royal Tour started with a visit to the former Nazi Concentration Camp, Stutthof. The place was originally created as a prison camp for Poles in September 1939. And in the second world war it was officialy became a concentration camp in January 1942. They got chance to met people who were prisoners there, Zigi and Manfred and also shared their moments there. More updates will come! ❤️ #princewilliam #katemiddleton #royalvisitpoland
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•swipe for details• Kate chose to debuted a new top and skirt, the 'Hurst Rose Print' by Erdem. She paired it with her $398 Stuart Weitzman NearlyNude Ankle Strap Sandals, Cartier Ballon Bleu watch, Etui Bags clutch, and a necklace and matching earrings of Milk Amber, the native gemstone of Poland and it's a possible gift from the First Lady. I like this new top and skirt! They really suit her really well, and i hope she would wear it again later ❤️ #katemiddleton #royalvisitpoland
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On departure they walked through the iconic shipyard gates, a key symbol of the protests during the 1980s, before laying flowers at the foot of the Solidarity Monument to Fallen Shipyard Workers, who died during the suppression of a workers' strike in 1970.
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The Duke and Duchess toured the museum there, and met with founding members of Solidarity. Below, the royals with Lech Walesa, former President and Solidarity leader.
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Finally, William and Kate visited the European Solidarity Centre, in Gdansk’s shipyards the birth-place of the Solidarity movement in Poland.
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The Duke and Duchess were presented with a special edition of J. Kochanowski’s "The Dismissal of the Greek Envoys". Kochanowski was the greatest Slavic poet up until the 19th c. who wrote in Latin & Polish and had a huge impact on Slavic languages.
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The royals attended a small reception inside the theatre for Poles from the world of arts, culture and media.
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William and Kate met players and crew members.
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During the seventeenth century there was a large English-speaking community based in Gdansk, which made the city an important destination for travelling English players. The Shakespeare Theatre opened in 2014, and is home to the city’s annual Shakespeare festival, attended by theatre-lovers from around the world. The Theatre has an adaptable auditorium which allows for three different sized stages, and a retractable roof.