On the 10th of February, the city of Gdynia celebrates 93 years of the city charter. In connection with this, the City Hall invites for a variety of events throughout the weekend.
The city of sea and dreams
Though Gdynia is the youngest in Tricity, it has a very interesting history. You can find out more about it in our last year’s articles. First written records about parts of the city date back to 1200s. The peak of the development came in the 1920s and 1930s.
After 93 years since obtaining the city charter, Gdynia is still modern and developing. A unique city center attracts fans of modernist architecture.
Attractions throughout the weekend
In connection with the celebration, the Town Hall has prepared many attractions throughout the weekend.
First of all, on both Saturday and Sunday, the visitors will enjoy Gdynia City Museum free of charge. What’s more, the museum opens an exhibition in Klif Mall in Orlowo. It will display archive photographies underlining the aspect of connecting the sea and the land.
There will be an official public celebration of the 93 years of receiving the city charter on Sunday at noon at Kosciuszki Square. Both local politicians and representatives of the navy will meet Maritime Poland’s monument.
The Town Hall also invites to celebrate in Gdynia Arena on Saturday. Starting from noon, the venue will fill with different attractions. Invitations are available in the tourist information at 10 Lutego 24 street in Gdynia.