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At the work with the third generation of fishermen from Krynica Morska

Krynica Morska is a Polish town on the Vistula Spit. Until 1945 it was in East Prussia and was known as Kahlberg. After the Second World War when village came under Polish rule and was metered migration of Poles from the "Eastern Borderlands". Many Polish migrants has become fishermen. Nowdays the third generation of Polish fishermen from Krynica Maritime operates in the waters of the Vistula Lagoon and the Baltic Sea.
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