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Sferano 086. Dworzec Morski. Gdynia Modernism (16)
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Dworzec Morski w Gdyni – zabytkowy dworzec morski w Gdyni z 1933 roku znajdujący się przy Nabrzeżu Francuskim na obszarze gdyńskiego portu w bezpośrednim sąsiedztwie kapitanatu portu Gdynia i Pomnika Ludziom Morza. Gmach dworca morskiego znajduje się przy placu Witolda Gombrowicza, choć jego adres to ul. Polska 1.

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