Gdynia (Gdansk), Poland Cruise Port

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About Gdynia (Gdansk), Poland

Once a tiny fishing village, today Gdynia is Poland's most important port. It is also well situated; venture to the resort town of Sopot, merely nine miles away. Tour the more prominent Polish city of Gdansk, only another six miles inland from Sopot.

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neonbubble

Another beautiful day, another lovely excursion to see Gdansk, wander its streets and take in the sights. Fascinating to see pictures of the place following the war and what it looks like today. Lots of souvenir shops. Interior of St Mary's Church was really quite impressive when compared to its exterior.

Visited: Jun 03, 2017

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regor2591542

We went on the Gdansk City Tour. We saw St. Mary’s Church, believed to be the largest brick church in the world, with the interior vault supporting 37 windows, over 300 tombstones and 31 chapels. It can hold up to 25,000 people and took 159 years to build. The exterior bell tower is enormous. The entire structure is spectacular. We also walked to Oliwa Cathedral. We were lucky enough to be able to enter since no service was being held. Inside we were able to see spectacular architecture including its’ 18th century organ, which is one of the largest in the world. The organ has 7,896 pipes. Also seen was a fantastic altar and the handmade pews, which were fantastic. A great excursion.

Visited: May 22, 2016

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