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Guest Rooms Pocztacaffe located in a nice and picturesque district Oksywie 1km from the beach. It offers 70 beds in 1-5 bed, equipped with bathroom, TV and internet. Possibility to order meals. Gdynia (groats. Gdiniô, Ger. Gdingen) - a city with county rights in northern Poland, the Pomeranian Province, located on the Baltic Sea, on the Embankment Gdansk and Lakeland Wschodniopomorskim. Part of the Tri-City (along with Gdansk and Sopot). It is one of the urban agglomeration. Gdynia city rights granted February 10, 1926 year. The impetus for the development of the city was the construction of the port, which was created in order to ensure Poland's access to sea routes and naval base against the uncertain situation in the Free City of Danzig. Rapid influx of population and dynamic development of the port meant that within several years after the granting Gdynia city rights from the fishing village transformed into a city inhabited by 127 thousand. people (1939).