gniewino.pl/EN/watki_historyczne.html This village is traditionally a fishing village and tourist spot. It lies at the foot of a number of hills which fall into the west bank of Lake Żarnowieckie. At the End of World War I, on the basis of the Paris Settlement, Nadole and half of the Lake was to belong to the Germans. Only after a great amount of effort Nadole once again became a part of Poland in the year 1920, connected to the country only by the lake. Therefore, to get to the Polish catholic parish the people of Nadole had to swim across the lake in boats. A reminder of that period is the pilgrimage made cross water and land which takes place every year on the last Sunday in July (Indulgence of Saint Anna). The borderline was marked with granite posts. It bore an inscription with the word „Versailles”, date 28.6.1919 and the letters P and D, which referred to the countries on either side of the border.