Stara Gdynia   26 Komentarzy


Posted 11 stycznia 2011 by andipab

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  1. Pingback: Przeglądając stare fotografie « Tylko fotografia

  2. To Jest TO

  3. Oj Krzysiu, wciąż uwielbiasz stare fotografie…

  4. a ja się podzielę starymi Siedlcami – moim rodzinnym miastem. Zdjęcia robił mój pradziadek.

  5. Nie znam Gdyni prawie w ogóle, ale lubię stare fotografie…

  6. Ich kenne nichz dein Stadt, aber die Fotos sind sehr beeindruckend.

  7. Thank you for visiting my blog today. I appreciate the time you took to stop by. May your day be filled with joy and peace.

  8. Excellent post however , I was wanting to know if you could write a litte
    more on this topic? I’d be very grateful if you could elaborate a little bit further. Kudos!

  9. This blog was… how do you say it? Relevant!

    ! Finally I have found something which helped me.

  10. very nice slideshow …
    I have a second blog on old photos
    SENSUALITE | La beauté à l’état pure

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  12. Kocham Gdynię! Mam zdjęcia rodzinne na tle Batorego, na Skwerze Kościuszki, na plaży – wszystko lata 70., nawet późne .60. Są doskonałe, ponieważ ilustrują także typową polską rodzinę tamtych czasów. Chętnie udostępnię!

  13. Where is this? Your photos are lovely and the town looks like it is well situated on the coast. Because of all the open land I’m guessing it took place in the early 1900’s?

  14. This is port-city Gdynia in Poland. Situated ashore the Gdańsk Gulf. In October 1920r. the Polish government came to a decision about the build in Gdynia of the port. He was supposed to be a competition for the port in Gdańsk of being under the total control of authorities of the Free City Gdańsk and Nazi authorities. In the moment of the explosion of II World War in 1939r. Gdynia was most modern port in Europe.

  15. Lovely pictures. Thank you for the insight.

  16. A very expressive documentary.
    Thank you for follow me :-)

  17. : D This is a great pleasure for me.

  18. Great post.Thanks also fot visiting my blog.Have a nice weekend.

  19. Thanks :D

  20. What an excellent photoblog. It was so frightening to see the storm troopers. Now I will search for present day photos. Thanks for posting.

  21. :D Thank you very much for your kind words. Welcome to my humble website and invite you to future visits. Regards Andrew.

  22. Great pictures, thank you for posting them for the rest of us to see.

  23. :D

  24. Hello Andrew, I have been looking at your Blog and amazing photographs.. Stare Gdynia. My father lived on The foreshore in Gdynia before The war. The house is where now stands Miasto Muzuem. You Jagę a photograph Of it displayed. So to look over these wonderful photographs is a gift. thankyou Pauline Earl Zd Lubner from South Australia. I would love to hear from you and have a discussion. Email

    Pauline Michelle Earl
  25. Hello Pauline. I am very pleased that watching old photos of Gdynia made you a moment of joy. I am fascinated by people who have the idea and with great effort managed to build from scratch a large modern city and a large port. Your father lived before the war in Gdynia, witnessed the emergence of the city. Please e-mail
    Cordially, Andrew.

  26. Pingback: The yesterday, the today – 90 years of the city Gdynia | Tylko fotografia


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