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'''Gdynia''' is a port city in northern [[Poland]] on the [[Baltic Sea]]. It was created in the years following the [[First World War]] to give Poland its own sea port and reduce its dependence on the facilities of the Free City of [[Danzig]], nominally independent but dominated politically by [[German]]s.
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'''Gdynia''' is a port city in northern [[Poland]] on the [[Baltic Sea]]. It was created in the years following the [[First World War]] to give Poland its own sea port and reduce its dependence on the facilities of the Free City of [[Gdańsk]], nominally independent but dominated politically by [[German]]s at the time.
  
 
[[Category:Polish Cities and Towns]]
 
[[Category:Polish Cities and Towns]]
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[[Category:Central Europe]]
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[[Category:European Cities and Towns]]

Latest revision as of 22:15, 6 January 2013

Gdynia is a port city in northern Poland on the Baltic Sea. It was created in the years following the First World War to give Poland its own sea port and reduce its dependence on the facilities of the Free City of Gdańsk, nominally independent but dominated politically by Germans at the time.