You might argue that modern Gdynia is a history lesson in itself, created as it was from virtually nothing by government decree and built in a short space of time in the 1920s. The sights to see have a salty seaside theme in the main and while the city may not have the old historic sites of Gdańsk and the charm of Sopot there are some interesting things to see simply walking around the streets - note how many of the buildings are built to look like ocean liners. The creation of new attractions such as the Emigration Museum is improving the choice of places to visit.
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Designed by Ryszard Semka and unveiled on December 17, 1993, the Monument to the Victims of December 1970 is an impressive 25 metre cross commemorating the 18 …
A monument commemorating the victims of the 1970 strikes which saw militia and army open fire on protestors. The '7' represents one of the fallen strikers …