St. Dominic's Fair, together with Weihnachtmarkt and Oktoberfest, is one of the greatest exchange and social outside occasions in Europe, sorted out in the Main City – the agent part of Gdańsk, Poland. St. Dominic's Fair turned into an imperative occasion for the city, went to by nobility and even by the Lord himself. The most vital reasonable for the residents was the one from the year 1310, while, amid the nonattendance of the lord Władysław the Elbow-high, the Teutonic Knights pillaged the city out of the blue, executing numerous shippers and different members of the Fair.
St. Dominic's Fair had been sorted out yearly for the hundreds of years. Notwithstanding, the episode of the Second World War made the Fair vanish from the city for a long time. In 1972, attributable to the endeavors of Wojciech Święcicki, a columnist from a prevalent Gdańsk evening paper "Wieczór Wybrzeża", the convention of the Fair was reestablished. In the 1970s the Fair was for the most part seen as an exchange occasion, giving the chance to purchase wanted products. Amid exceptional form indicates generally called "Live Journal" the most recent Polish mold accumulations were displayed. For a long time, since its reactivation in 1972, the St. Dominic's Fair gone on for 2 weeks.