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Gdynia ( Français: Gdynia, Russian: Гдыня, Spanish: Gdynia, Deutsch: Gdynia) is a city in Poland, situated in the Pomerania region. According to the latest census, the city population is about 253730 inhabitants. Geographical coordinates of Gdynia (WGS84): (lat.): 54° 31' 8" N ( 54.5189 ), (long.): 18° 31' 55" E ( 18.5319 ). Interested in Gdynia’s history, and other interesting facts? Learn more about the city’s history and culture from Wikipedia article about Gdynia.

Gdynia sights and POI (Points Of Interest).

The sights most referred to are: Arka Gdynia, German submarine U-4 (1935), Akademia Marynarki Wojennej.

If you plan to visit the city soon, we recommend you to pay attention on the following most well-known sights: Miejski punkt informacji turystycznej, Pomnik ofiar grudnia 1970, Dom zabytkowy, Pomnik e kwiatkowskiego, Dom zabytkowy, Pomnik stefana zeromskiego, Pomnik ofiar grudnia 1970, Pomnik gdynskich harcerzy, Pomnik jana pawBa ii, Konstytucji 3 maja. Gdynia Map and weather in Gdynia.

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Museums and clubs in Gdynia

  • Theatres in Gdynia: Teatr miejski im witolda gombrowicza, Teatr muzyczny im danuty baduszkowej
  • Museums in Gdynia: Morski instytut rybacki, Muzeum miasta gdyni domek abrahama, Muzeum miasta gdyni, Orp b^yskawica - muzeum marynarki wojennej, Muzeum marynarki wojennej
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    Gdynia (/ɡəˈdɪniə/ gə-DIN-ee-ə, Polish: [ˈɡdɨɲa] (listen); German: Gdingen, 1939-1945 Gotenhafen; Kashubian: Gdiniô) is a city in the Pomeranian Voivodeship of Poland and a seaport of Gdańsk Bay on the south coast of the Baltic Sea. Located in Kashubia in Eastern Pomerania, Gdynia has a population of 246,309 making it the twelfth-largest city in Poland and the second-largest in the voivodeship after Gdańsk. It is part of a conurbation with the spa town of Sopot, the city of Gdańsk and suburban communities, which together form a metropolitan area called the Tricity (Trójmiasto), with a population of over a million people.

    For centuries, Gdynia remained a small farming and fishing village on the Baltic coast. At the beginning of the 20th-century Gdynia became a seaside resort town and experienced an inflow of tourists. This triggered an increase in local population. After Poland regained its independence in 1918, a decision was made to construct a Polish seaport in Gdynia, between the Free City of Danzig (a semi-autonomous city-state under joint League of Nations and Polish administration) and German Pomerania, making Gdynia the primary economic hub of the Polish Corridor. It was then that the town was given a more cosmopolitan character with modernism being the dominant architectural style and emerged as a city in 1926.

    The rapid development of Gdynia was interrupted by the outbreak of World War II. The German troops refrained from deliberate bombing. The newly built port and shipyard were completely destroyed during the war. The population of the city suffered much heavier losses as most of the inhabitants were evicted and expelled. The locals were either displaced to other regions of occupied Poland or sent to Nazi concentration camps throughout Europe. After the war, Gdynia was settled with the former inhabitants of Warsaw and lost cities such as Lviv and Vilnius in the Eastern Borderlands. The city was gradually regenerating itself with its shipyard being rebuilt and expanded. In December 1970 the shipyard workers protest against the increase of prices was bloodily repressed. This greatly contributed to the rise of the Solidarity movement in Gdańsk.

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