Gdańsk city (city with county status, not part of Gdańsk county)
Gdańsk county (Powiat Gdański), Pomorskie Voivodship, consists of
the area south of the city of Gdańsk, with seat at Pruszcz Gdański.
More information at the county
Gdańsk County (Polish: powiat gdański) is a unit of territorial administration
and local government (powiat) in Pomeranian Voivodeship, northern Poland.
It came into being on January 1, 1999, as a result of the Polish local
government reforms passed in 1998. It includes areas to the east and south
of the city of Gdańsk, from which the county takes its name, although the
city is not part of its territory. The county seat and only town in Gdańsk
County is Pruszcz Gdański, which lies 12 kilometres (7 mi) south of central
The Gdansk County flag is divided vertically, the front is red, the
fly is white. In the center is the County CoA. Flag adopted by County law
on June 21, 2001.
- Uchwała nr XXIVI/119/2001 Rady Powiatu Gdańskiego z dnia 31 czerwca
2001r. w sprawie ustanowienia flagi Powiatu Gdańskiego Jens Pattke, 23 Oct 2009
Coat of ArmsA
image by Jens Pattke, 23 Oct 2009
adopted 21 Jun 2001