Gdynia [2]

Gdynia

Subject: Cities in Poland
Face value: 2 pln
Alloy: (CuAl5Zn5Sn1) NG
Diameter: 27 mm
Weight: 8.15 g
Finish: standard
Mintage: 800000 pcs
On the edge: an inscription, NBP, repeated eight times, every second one inverted by 180 degrees, separated by stars
Additional: no
Date of issue: 2011-07-22
Issue price: 2 pln
A stylized image of a fragment of port in Gdynia, against the background of urban landscape. At the bottom obliquely, an inscription: GDYNIA.

Designer: Dobrochna Surajewska
An image of the Eagle established as the State Emblem of the Republic of Poland. On the sides of the Eagle, the notation of the year of issue: 20-11; under the Eagle an inscription: ZŁ 2 ZŁ. Along the rim, an inscription: RZECZPOSPOLITA POLSKA (Republic of Poland), preceded and followed by six pearls. The Mint’s mark: M/W, under the Eagle’s left leg.

Designer: Ewa Tyc-Karpińska

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Gdynia

Cities also have CVs. As a rule, they come long, with impressive historic experience and many-century-long tradition of merging into the landscape of a given country. Gdynia’s CV is different. It is more modest in the ‘experience’ paragraph, richer in competence and personality Few places have managed to transform within 85 years from a fishermen’s village into a fashionable and likable, important European city – into an urban space inhabited by a quarter of a million people, passionately attached to their metropolis.

Gdynia’s phenomenon is a result of a genetic experiment. The Polish gene – introduced here almost the next day after the restoration of independence and subsequent stabilization of frontiers in 1920 – yielded the enthusiasm ...

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