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Rajmund Kuczma  - an Honorary Citizen of Bydgoszcz
On Wednesday the 26th of September Rajmund Kuczma was given the title of an Honorary Citizen of Bydgoszcz during the session of the City Council.
Extension of the Fordon wastewater treatment plant
On Monday the 24th of September, two contracts for the extension of the Fordon wastewater treatment plant were signed. The project will be implemented within Stage VI of the Bydgoszcz Water Supply and Sewerage Services Development Programme II.
Modern water trams will travel along the Brda River
Next year it will be possible to travel on the Brda River, the Vistula River and the Bydgoszcz Canal on two modern water trams powered by solar batteries. The city will spend 1.6 mln PLN on their purchase.
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Biznes Centrum City Centre: office building intended to accommodate service businesses in Unii Lubelskiej, Zygmunta Augusta and Warszawska Streets
The building has excellent transport links and is located in the city centre, which makes it particularly attractive for potential investors
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Bydgoski Park Przemysłowy Production and services facilities in the Bydgoszcz Industrial Park (BPP)
The areas located within the Bydgoszcz Industrial Park are attractive through their convenient accessibility (close to national roads and railway links to all over Poland from the area’s own railway station Bydgoszcz), preferential utility prices, local sources of heat and water supply, and the area’s own waste water preliminary treatment plant. The whole area is covered by a valid Zoning Plan. The BPP’s location in the city also means availability of qualified workforce.
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Town Walls
Town Walls
The first brick and stone wall sections were built at the beginning of the 15th century. At the time, three towers were part of the town walls. They remained as such until the Swedish wars (1656 – 1657) and were destroyed during the Northern War and in the 18th century.
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IAAF World Junior Championships In Athletics
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