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For centuries Gdynia was little more than a humble Kashubian fishing village. However, with Poland's rebirth after the First World War, the newly resurrected country was in need of a port on its northern seaboard. The harbour area remains a diverting part of town to start your exploration. With a good smattering of museums, restaurants and other attractions, not least the popular Teatr Muzyczny (Musical Theatre) which has one of the liveliest repertoires in the north of the country.
There are a number of museums to visit like The Muzeum Marynarki Wojennej (The Navy Museum) is an open air museum of Marine Weapons, helicopters, cannons, torpedoes, and fighters. ORP Błyskawica (Warship museum), Warship ORP Błyskawica (Lightning) started service in 1937 and operated during World War II. You can see the deck with artillery, the engine rooms and a historic exhibition display of the Polish Navy.
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