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Slain mayor of Poland’s Gdańsk remembered, a year after killing

14.01.2020 08:05
Crowds gathered in the northern Polish city of Gdańsk on Monday to pay tribute to the city’s slain mayor whose violent death a year ago shocked the country.
Photo: Radio Poland
Photo: Radio Poland Julian Horodyski

Long-serving mayor Paweł Adamowicz, 53, died on January 14 last year from severe wounds inflicted by a knife-wielding attacker during a high-profile charity event in Gdańsk a day earlier.

He underwent a five-hour operation but doctors were unable to save him.

Adamowicz had been the city's mayor for more than 20 years.

On Friday evening, a plaque commemorating Adamowicz was unveiled in downtown Gdańsk at the site where he was stabbed.