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Wyspa Mlynska
Poland

Wyspa położona jest pomiędzy głównym nurtem rzeki Brdy a jej odnogą Młynówką, na zachód od Starego Rynku i centrum miasta. Przebiega przez nią tylko jeden trakt: ul. Mennica, której nazwa wywodzi się od mennicy bydgoskiej działającej od 1594 do 1688 r., rozebranej w XIX wieku. Ulica łączy się ze Starym Rynkiem uliczką Ku Młynom, a jej przedłużeniem do ul. Focha jest ul. Tamka, biegnąca po grobli łączącej Wyspę Młyńską ze Śluzą Miejską.

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送信日: 26/12/2010
更新日: 27/11/2012
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