Poland's decommissioned submarine, ORP Sokół, has embarked on its last journey, finding a new home at the Museum of the Polish Navy in Gdynia, on the Baltic coast. Expected to be open

for public viewing next summer, the 350-ton vessel was transported to the museum using self-propelled modular transporters, as reported by the Polish state news agency PAP.

The four-and-a-half-hour journey through the streets of Gdynia was a rare spectacle, capturing the attention of bystanders and offering an uncommon sight in the city.

Having left the PGZ Shipyard last week, the submarine spent the weekend moored in the harbor, drawing interest from local residents and tourists, as detailed by the PAP news agency.

Now settled in its new home, the ORP Sokół, which dutifully safeguarded the Polish coast from 2002 to 2018, will be on display at the Museum of the Polish Navy starting from June, according to officials. Photo by Pomuchelskopp, Wikimedia commons.