Gdynia Coat of Arms
The coat of arms of Gdynia, Poland was designed by artist Leon Staniszewski, who was the winner of a contest held in 1946 to establish the coat of arms of the city. The coat of arms is an image of two yellow-coloured fish in front of a white sword all set against a red shield. The white sword on the red shield is a reference to the ensign of the Polish Navy and represents the courage of the citizens of Gdynia in defense of the Polish sea. The two fish - one turned to the West, the other to the East - are an indication of the maritime nature of the city and are reminiscent of the former fishing village of Gdynia[1].
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