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Gdynia

Gdynia - description of the city:

Gdynia is city of Poland (Pomeranian Voivodeship). The population of Gdynia: 253,730 people. Geographic coordinates of Gdynia: 54.51889 x 18.53188.

Country Poland
International title Gdynia
Population 253,730 people
Timezone Europe/Warsaw
State Pomeranian Voivodeship
Geographic coordinates Latitude: 54.51889 x Longitude: 18.53188

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Famous Landmarks of Gdynia
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Sightseeing in Gdynia
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Visiting Gdynia
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Amazing Gdynia
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Gdynia - places of Interest
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Spending Time in Gdynia
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Walks across Gdynia
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A tour about Gdynia
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One day in Gdynia
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Places to visit in Gdynia

Famous Places

Schweizerisches Alpines Museum
Country: Switzerland

Swiss Alpine Museum The Swiss Alpine Museum is a museum that focuses on the culture and nature of the Swiss Alps. If you’ve ever been transfixed by the Swiss Alps – if you’ve seen pictures, read stories, and downloaded wallpapers ...

Aletsch Glacier
Country: Switzerland

Aletsch Glacier Introduction The Aletsch Glacier is sometimes called the Great Aletsch Glacier. It is the biggest glacier in the Alps, and for that reason it deserves to be on your list of sites to see when you are visiting Switzerland. It stretch ...

Predigerkirche
Country: Switzerland

Preacher’s Church Introduction  This is a church that was built in the 1200s, and it has church pews exactly like you’d expect to see in a church from that time. The side aisles have a library with nice lounge chairs, and there is ...

Prater
Country: Austria

Originally an imperial hunting ground, the woods and meadows between the Danube and its canal were opened to the public by Joseph II in 1766. The Hauptallee (central avenue) was for a long time the preserve of the nobility and their footmen. During ...

Heeresgeschichtliches Museum
Country: Austria

The impressive Museum of Army History is housed in the military complex known as the Arsenal, built as a fortress in 1856. The museum, which chronicles Austria’s military prowess from the 16th century, was designed by Theophil Hansen and Ludwig F ...

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