The case of Inowrocław salt dome can be treated as one of the standard salt structures in the structural units in the Zechstein-Mesozoic complex. The salt structures developed due to halotectonic and halokinetic processes. The Permian salt complexes from the deep founded geological successions crowd along the fault and fractures zones, under the overburden pressure. The salt dome was visualized as the 3D dynamic geological model. Such model enables faster determination of the relationship between dynamics of the land surface and the natural geological factors or the induced factors. For this purpose, average values of displacements in mm per year, obtained by the Satellite Radar Interferometry Persistent Scatterers-PS for years 1992-2006, are presented in the form of interpolation, creating a surface of ground movement (subsidence and uplift) above the Inowrocław salt dome.