Tricity, Poland

What is Tricity, Poland known for?


physical education

of universities: 13 (2010) Number of students: 52,436 (2009) Number of graduates: 10,439 (2001) * Gdynia: Number of universities: 7 (2010) Number of students: 21,362 (2010) Some of universities: * Academy of Physical Education in Gdansk * Academy of Fine Arts in Gdansk * Academy of Music in Gdansk * Gdynia Maritime University * Polish Naval Academy in Gdynia * http


physical culture

The Higher School of Tourism and Hotel Industry in Gdansk * Academy of International Economic and Political Relations in Gdynia * Kwiatkowski University of Business and Administration in Gdynia * Kwiatkowski University of Business and Administration in Gdynia - Wiki link (:pl:Wyższa Szkoła Administracji i Biznesu w Gdyni) * Pomeranian Higher School of Humanities in Gdynia * The Higher School of Physical

Culture and Tourism in Sopot * Sopot College * Warsaw School of Social Psychology - The Branch Campus in Sopot Entertainment '''Cinemas:''' *Gdańsk Film Centre (studio cinemas) **Helikon **Kameralne **Neptun *Kinoplex *Krewetka *Multikino Gdynia *Multikino Gdańsk *Multikino Sopot *Multikino Rumia *Żak *Helios Gdynia *Polonia '''Theatres:''' *Wybrzeże Theatre *Danuta Baduszkowa Musical Theatre in Gdynia *Witold Gombrowicz Municipal


scientific excellence

of the economy, primarily in the numerous seaside resorts along the coast. Of the limited industrial zones, the most important products are ships, metal products, refined sugar, and paper. Europe * The Tricity (Tricity, Poland) in Poland consists of Gdańsk, Gdynia and Sopot * The cities of Oxford, Cambridge and London are sometimes considered as a tricity of scientific excellence connected by good rail or road connections. Gdańsk, the regional capital, forms part of the Tricity (Tricity, Poland) of Sopot, Gdańsk and Gdynia. The voivodeship also includes the narrow Hel Peninsula and the Polish half of the Vistula Spit. Other tourist destinations include Sopot, Jurata, Łeba, Władysławowo, Puck (Puck, Poland), Krynica Morska, Ustka, Jastarnia, Kuźnica, Bytów and many fishing ports and lighthouses. '''Starogard Gdański'''


world wide

has the license to transport petrol along all PKP PLK lines and is operating outside the Tricity (Tricity, Poland), operating refineries in Czechowice-Dziedzice, Jasło and Gorlice. ---- '''


706'

: www.skyscrapercity.com forumdisplay.php?f 706, Investments in Tricity * Pomeranian Science and Technology Park in Gdynia (PL, ENG, DE, FR, IT, DEN) Category:Metropolitan areas of Poland Category:Geography of Pomeranian Voivodeship Category:Gdańsk Category:Gdynia Category:Sopot Elbląg was the scene of one of the riots in the coastal cities in 1970 together with Tricity (Tricity, Poland) and Szczecin (see


main international

of the three main international Polish airports. Its position is associated with a well-developed network of domestic and international transport connections provided in response to the growing demand for business and tourist travel. The Gdansk Airport is located a mere 10 km from the centre of Gdansk, about the same distance from the centre of Sopot and 23 km from the centre of Gdynia. The continually expanding road system which connects the airport with the city centres allows drivers


highly successful

, speedway (motorcycle speedway), handball (team handball), rugby union and football (association football). The most known football clubs are Lechia Gdańsk and Arka Gdynia, both of which also possess highly successful rugby teams (RC Arka (RC Arka Gdynia) and RC Lechia (RC Lechia Gdańsk). There is a third top-flight (Rugby Ekstraliga) Polish rugby team Ogniwo Sopot, making the Tricity Poland's rugby capital. The third football club is Bałtyk Gdynia. Wybrzeże Gdańsk


gdansk

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of universities: 13 (2010) Number of students: 52,436 (2009) Number of graduates: 10,439 (2001) * Gdynia: Number of universities: 7 (2010) Number of students: 21,362 (2010) Some of universities: * Academy of Physical Education in Gdansk * Academy of Fine Arts in Gdansk * Academy of Music in Gdansk * Gdynia Maritime University * Polish Naval Academy in Gdynia * http

: www.gumed.edu.pl The Medical University of Gdansk * University of Gdansk * University of Technology in Gdansk * Gdansk School of Banking * Gdansk Management College * Gdansk Higher School of Humanities * Gdansk Administration School * Social Economic Higher School in Gdansk *


professional basketball

are the Tricity's speedway team, formerly a multi-sports club, now its only only other remaining section is the reactivated handball (team handball) team, former 10 times men's Polish champions (Polish Ekstraklasa Men's Handball League). Asseco Gdynia and Trefl Sopot are the two men's professional basketball teams, while Lotos Gdynia are their female counterparts. Transport Tricity has a well-developed common transport system, in addition each city has its own


important products

of the economy, primarily in the numerous seaside resorts along the coast. Of the limited industrial zones, the most important products are ships, metal products, refined sugar, and paper. Europe * The Tricity (Tricity, Poland) in Poland consists of Gdańsk, Gdynia and Sopot * The cities of Oxford, Cambridge and London are sometimes considered as a tricity of scientific excellence connected by good rail or road connections. Gdańsk

Tricity, Poland

thumb Gdańsk (Image:Pl-gdansk-neptun2004.jpg) thumb Gdynia (File:POL.Gdynia.SeaTowers.DarPomorza2009.jpg) thumb Sopot (Image:Pl sop molo 2004.jpg) '''Tricity''' (or ''Tri-City'', in Polish (Polish language) ''Trójmiasto'' , in Kashubian (Kashubian language) ''Trzëgard'') is an urban area consisting of three major Polish cities (city) in Pomerania (Pomeranian Voivodeship): Gdańsk, Gdynia and Sopot, as well as minor towns nearby them. They are situated adjacent to one other, in a row, on the coast of the Gdańsk Bay, Baltic Sea, in Pomerelia (Pomeranian Voivodeship), northern Poland. The Tricity metropolitan area has a population of over 1 million people. The name ''Trójmiasto'' was used informally or semi-formally only, until 28 March 2007, when the "Tricity Charter" (in Polish "Karta Trójmiasta") was signed as a declaration of the cities' cooperation.

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