Gdynia is a city in northern Poland, located on the Baltic Sea coast. It is part of the Tricity metropolitan area, along with Gdańsk and Sopot.
Gdynia is situated in the Pomeranian Voivodeship (province) of Poland.
It is known for its strategic location on the Gulf of Gdańsk, making it an important seaport.
Gdynia’s history as a significant port city began in the 1920s when it was developed as a new, modern port to supplement the older port of Gdańsk, which was part of the Free City of Danzig at that time.
The city grew rapidly and played a crucial role in Poland’s maritime trade.

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