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Sferano 073. Port of Gdynia, French Wharf & Modernist Marine Station
Poland

Sferano 073. Gdynia, Nabrzeże Francukie oraz zabytkowy budynek Dworca Morskiego:

"Budynek został zaprojektowany przez katowicką spółkę Dyckerhoff & Widmann. Prace budowlane wykonała firma Skąpski, Wolski, Wiśniewski. Fasada dworca, która była wykonana w stylu modernistycznym była ozdobiona przez dwie płaskorzeźby orłów polskich. Hala główna budynku była przykryta czworokątną cienkościenną kopuła żelbetową, zwieńczoną świetlikiem w kształcie ostrosłupa. Wewnątrz dworca znajdowały się tablice poświęcone marszałkowi Piłsudskiemu i prezydentowi RPIgnacemu Mościckiemu oraz dwie tablice pamiątkowe poświęcone historii budowy portu i jego budowniczych, które były ufundowane przez gdyńskie sfery gospodarcze. Dworzec o powierzchni 2,5 tys. m² wyposażony był we wszelkie urządzenia potrzebne do przyjmowania i odprawy pasażerów, poczty i bagażów, obsługi celnej i paszportowej."

(info za: http://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dworzec_Morski_w_Gdyni)

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Actualizado: 26/08/2014
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Tags: gdynia; downtown; modernism; port; harbor; summer
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