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Q and A with Maja Wagner

18.09.2019 13:30
Every September, film enthusiasts and Polish film stars come to Gdynia for the Polish Film Festival proving that it is not only the city of the sea.  
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Gdynia is also the first Polish city to be added to the UNESCO Global Network of Learning Cities and hosts many music and literature events. Radio Poland talks to Maja Wagner from the Department of Culture at the Gdynia City Hall to find out more. 

Presented by Danuta Isler