Gdynia

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Gdy·ni·a

 (gə-dĭn′ē-ə, -dĭn′yə)
A city of northern Poland on the Gulf of Gdańsk northwest of Gdańsk.

Gdynia

(Polish ˈɡdɪnja)
n
(Placename) a port in N Poland, near Gdańsk: developed 1924–39 as the outlet for trade through the Polish Corridor; naval base. Pop: 251 183 (2007 est)

Gdy•nia

(gəˈdɪn i ə, -yə)

n.
a seaport in N Poland, on the Gulf of Danzig. 251,000.
Translations
Gdingen
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The popularity of his cooking led to the invitation to take part in the competition which takes part in Gydinia City, north of Gdansk on Thursday.
At the cook-off, in Gydinia City on Thursday, he plans to prepare roasted cod fillet, wrapped in pancetta with minestrone of puy lentils, with summer vegetables and parmesan crisp.
Thales were appointed Prime Contractor, and during the summer they signed a contract with Naval Shipyard Gydinia for the upgrading of the three ORKAN class vessels in the Polish Navy.