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Sferano 040. Gdynia Downtown, Gdynia Modernism (03)
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Gdynia Śródmieście, Gdyński Modernizm (cz. 3), Dom Żeglarza Polskiego, al. Jana Pawła II 3 "zaprojektowany przez Bohdana Damięckiego i Tadeusza Sieczkowskiego – jeden z najbardziej charakterystycznych zabytków Gdyni. Zbudowany na Molo Południowym rok przed wybuchem II wojny światowej miał być  centrum żeglarstwa, ale nigdy tej funkcji nie pełnił. Dziś jest tu Wydział Nawigacyjny Akademii Morskiej z ogólnodostępnym planetarium i pływalnią."

(info za: www.gdynia.pl)

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Tags: gdynia; downtown; modernism; city center; spring; skwer kosciuszki; apartment house; sunny day; marina
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