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ZNIN
ZATOR
ZAKOPANE
ZAWIERCIE
ZARY
ZGORZELEC
ZGIERZ
ZWIERZYNIEC
ZAGAN
WARKA
TYKOCIN
TRZCIANKA
SZTUM
STRZELCE OPOLSKIE
SWIEBODZIN
ANNOPOL
BARCZEWO
ALWERNIA
BABIMOST
BARTOSZYCE
BIELAWA
BIELSK PODLASKI
BOCHNIA
BORNE SULINOWO
BRANIEWO
BRENNA
BRODNICA
BRUSY
BRZEG
BRZEG DOLNY
CHOJNICE
CHOROSZCZ
CHOSZCZNO
CIESZYN
CZECHOWICE-DZIEDZICE
DOBRE MIASTO
DRAWSKO POMORSKIE
DROHICZYN
FROMBORK
GARWOLIN
GORLICE
GRAJEWO
GREATER POLAND
GRODZISK MAZOWIECKI
GRYFICE
GRYFINO
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Znin

  1. By this time freight traffic was mainly (if not exclusively) seasonal sugar beet traffic to the works in Znin. (Web site)
  2. Post office, telegraph and inn in Znin, railway station 34 km.
  3. For those interested in rails, a few narrow gauge lines still operate between Stare Bojanowa and Wielichowa, and Gasawa to Znin. (Web site)

Zator

  1. Zator is an old town (pop. (Web site)
  2. travel to Zator and Poland with us.
  3. Zator is a town in southern Poland.

Zakopane

  1. Zakopane is a town in southern Poland It lies in a big glen between the Tatra Mountains and Gubal-wka Hill.
  2. Zakopane is a town commune.
  3. Zakopane is one of the competing cities to host the 2006 Winter Olympic Games. (Web site)
  4. Zakopane is the most important Polish centre of mountaineering and skiing, and is visited by about three million tourists annually.
  5. Zakopane is the most important Polish centre of mountaineering and skiing, and is visited by about two million tourists annually.

Zawiercie

  1. Zawiercie is a city in the Silesian Voivodeship of southern Poland with 55,800 inhabitants (2005). (Web site)
  2. Zawiercie is a town in south Poland with 56,300 inhabitants (1995).

Zary

  1. Here is the flag of Zary County in the voivodship of Lubuskie.
  2. The train operated SuX, leaves Zary around 17:00 and is hauled by a ST43.
  3. Photos and information about Zary from a genealogical perspective, from Heritage Quest Magazine and European Focus.

Zgorzelec

  1. Today G--rlitz and Zgorzelec, two towns on opposite banks of the river, have friendly relations.
  2. The Greek community of Zgorzelec was intrumental in the building of Ss.
  3. Situated in the Lower Silesian Voivodeship since 1999, Zgorzelec was previously in the Jelenia G--ra Voivodeship from 1975 - 1998.

Zgierz

  1. Zgierz was granted a town charter before 1288.

Zwierzyniec

  1. Zwierzyniec is a town at the Wieprz river in the Zamo---- County, Lublin Voivodship, Poland, located at . (Web site)
  2. Zwierzyniec is a town on the Wieprz river in the Zamo---- County, Lublin Voivodeship, Poland. (Web site)
  3. Zwierzyniec is the northermost town of the Roztocze National Park.
  4. Zwierzyniec is the northernmost town of the Roztocze National Park. (Web site)

Zagan

  1. Zagan is a small, picturesque, town with a population of around 14,000 in the south west of Poland. (Web site)
  2. Zagan was also the birthplace of the German mathematician and astronomer Johannes Kepler. (Web site)

Warka

  1. Warka is a town in central Poland, located on the left bank of Pilica river (60 kilometers south of Warsaw), with 11,035 inhabitants (2004).
  2. Warka is the birthplace of general Kazimierz Pulaski (March 6, 1745), and is also famed for its Warka Brewery (since 1478).

Tykocin

  1. Tykocin is a small town in north-eastern Poland, with 1,800 inhabitants (1998), located on the Narew river.
  2. There's a splendid Baroque synagogue at Tykocin in the Bialystok region.

Trzcianka

  1. Trzcianka is a town in Greater Poland, in Poland.

Sztum

  1. Sztum is a town in Poland, capital of Sztum County, located in Pomeranian Voivodship, with some 11,000 inhabitants (2000).
  2. Sztum is a town situated in the central part of Powi-le, a region along the banks of the lower Vistula river.

Strzelce Opolskie

  1. Strzelce Opolskie is a town in south-western Poland with 21,900 inhabitants (1995), situated in the Opole Voivodship.
  2. Up until 1999 there was a branch line connecting with K--dzierzyn Ko--le with Strzelce Opolskie. (Web site)

Swiebodzin

  1. The hoisting flag also used in Swiebodzin County. (Web site)
  2. Swiebodzin County flag; territorial flag; Hanging flag. (Web site)
  3. Here are the flags of Swiebodzin County in the voivodship of Lubuskie. (Web site)

Annopol

  1. Annopol is a small town in south-eastern Poland with 2,700 inhabitants.

Barczewo

  1. Barczewo is a place in the Powiat Olsztyn, Warmia i Mazury voivodship, Poland.
  2. Drug addicts are treated in Prison centre in Barczewo in a separate detoxication ward.
  3. Medical care Prison Facility in Barczewo has rather large and well organized medical service for inmates.

Alwernia

  1. In 1796 Alwernia is mentioned as being a (small) commercial and administrative centre. (Web site)
  2. In 1926 a chemical works was established in the southern part of the town; today it is Alwernia's biggest employer. (Web site)
  3. Its attractive setting and proximity to Krak--w led to the town's growth and in 1993 Alwernia was granted full civic status. (Web site)

Babimost

  1. The Zielona G--ra Airport is located at Babimost, north-east of the city. (Web site)
  2. To continue your travel by rail, the most convenient station is in the the town of Babimost, 3 km. (Web site)

Bartoszyce

  1. Bartoszyce - a district city with 28 thousand inhabitants.
  2. Bartoszyce is a district town on the Polish border with a population of 27,000. (Web site)
  3. Bartoszyce is a town in northeastern Poland with 26,100 inhabitants ( 1995).
  4. Bartoszyce is a town on the --yna River in northeastern Poland with 25,621 inhabitants (as of 2004). (Web site)
  5. Bartoszyce was 60% destroyed during World War II and joined Poland in 1945.

Bielawa

  1. Bielawa is a city in Polish.
  2. Bielawa is a charming town with the population of 32,652 (2006) inhabitants, most beautifully located in the central part of the Lower Silesian Voivodeship.
  3. Bielawa is a city located in the central part of the district of Lower Silesia in the administrative unit of Dzier-oni-w.
  4. Bielawa is a town in south-western 1 2 Bielawa is a town in south-western Poland with 33,500 inhabitants (2001).
  5. Bielawa is a town in south-western Poland with 32 652 inhabitants (2006). (Web site)

Bielsk Podlaski

  1. Bielsk Podlaski is a town in north-eastern Poland with 27,600 inhabitants ( 2004).
  2. Bielsk Podlaski was given city status in 1495. (Web site)

Bochnia

  1. Bochnia is a historic town in southern Poland, situated southeast of Krak--w.
  2. Bochnia is a picturesque and historical town situated on the Raba River in southern Poland and is the administrative capital of Bochnia County.
  3. Bochnia is a small town some 20 miles east of Krakow.
  4. Bochnia is a town in south-east Poland with a total population of about 30.000 residents. (Web site)
  5. Bochnia is a town in south-eastern Poland with 29,600 inhabitants (1995).

Borne Sulinowo

  1. Borne Sulinowo is a city born out of dreams less than 60 years. (Web site)
  2. KOMORZE a holiday village in the commune of Borne Sulinowo, near lake Komorze.
  3. He has worked on two major projects abroad, the Borne Sulinowo and Stadium series.

Braniewo

  1. Braniewo is a city in northeastern Poland: Warmia - Mazury voivodship).

Brenna

  1. Brenna is a crazy crazy woman.
  2. Brenna is a fighter, Brenna is clearly perturbed by something and is asking around.
  3. Brenna is a hypothetical feminine of Brennus, Brenna is Irish for little raven or raven hair.
  4. Brenna is a mountain resort in Silesia, Poland, located in the historical region of Cieszyn Silesia. (Web site)
  5. Brenna is a mountain resort in Silesia. (Web site)

Brodnica

  1. Brodnica is a small, old town in north Poland, with great medieval tradition: big castle. (Web site)
  2. Brodnica is a town in northern Poland with 27,400 inhabitants (1995).
  3. Brodnica is a town with a huge potential for further dynamic growth and due to its plentiful attributes it can be called a true treasure.

Brusy

  1. Brusy is a hamlet on the railway line between Chojnice and Kocierzyna. (Web site)
  2. Brusy is a Polish town located in the Pomeranian Voivodship.

Brzeg

  1. Brzeg is a town in southwestern Poland with 38,496 inhabitants ( 2004), situated in the Opole Voivodeship. (Web site)
  2. Brzeg is a thirteenth century city, rich in historic buildings.
  3. Brzeg is a town in south-western Poland with 39,900 inhabitants (1995), situated in the Opole Voivodship.

Brzeg Dolny

  1. Brzeg Dolny is a city and municipality with a population of over 10,000.

Chojnice

  1. Chojnice is a junction station lying at the point where non-electrified lines from six directions come together. (Web site)
  2. Chojnice is a town in northern Poland with 40,600 inhabitants (2000), near famous Tuchola Forests, Lake Charzykowskie and many other water reservoirs. (Web site)

Choroszcz

  1. Choroszcz is a town in north-eastern Poland. (Web site)
  2. Choroszcz was then the heart of surrounding lands.

Choszczno

  1. Choszczno is a town (population around 20.000) in West Pomeranian Voivodeship, Poland.
  2. Choszczno is the administrative centre of the Choszczno County. (Web site)

Cieszyn

  1. Cieszyn is a regional economic, administrative, educational and cultural centre.
  2. Cieszyn is an important centre of electromechanical industry.
  3. Cieszyn is an important centre of the electromechanical industry. (Web site)
  4. Cieszyn is the Polish half of a single municipal entity functioning in both Poland and the Czech Republic.
  5. Cieszyn was nevertheless the centre of the Polish national movement in Silesian Cieszyn.

Czechowice-Dziedzice

  1. Czechowice-Dziedzice is a town in south Poland with 35,600 inhabitants (1995).
  2. Czechowice-Dziedzice is a town in southern Poland with 34,867 inhabitants (2004). (Web site)

Dobre Miasto

  1. Dobre Miasto - a municipal and rural commune with ca 16.6 thousand inhabitants; ca 11 thousand of them live in the town itself.
  2. Dobre Miasto was founded in 1326, and was bestowed city rights on December 26, 1329.
  3. Dobre Miasto was founded on the place of a destroyed Old Prussian settlement. (Web site)
  4. Dobre Miasto was founded on the place of a destroyed Prussian settlement.
  5. Dobre Miasto was founded on the place of destroyed Prussian settlement.

Drawsko Pomorskie

  1. Drawsko Pomorskie is a town in north-eastern Poland, with 12,000 inhabitants ( 2000).

Drohiczyn

  1. Drohiczyn is a small historic town in Siemiatycze County of Podlasie Voivodeship (previously in Bialystok Voivodeship in 1975-1998) in Eastern Poland.
  2. Drohiczyn is a small historic town in Siemiatycze County of Podlasie Voivodeship (previously in Bia--ystok Voivodeship in 1975-1998) in Eastern Poland.
  3. Drohiczyn is a small town situated in a picturesque place on a cliff.
  4. Drohiczyn is a town I first visited in 1999, just before one of the Pope's visits. (Web site)
  5. Drohiczyn is a town in north-eastern Poland.

Frombork

  1. Frombork is a beautiful historical town constructed right on the embankment of the Vistula Lagoon.
  2. Frombork is a small historic town up on the northern coast, just in from the Gulf of Gdansk and very near the Russian border. (Web site)
  3. Frombork is a small picturesque town on the Vistula Lagoon.
  4. Frombork is a small town next to Vistula Bay. (Web site)
  5. Frombork is a tourist and agricultural commune.

Garwolin

  1. Garwolin is a town in Poland, 50 km southeast of Warsaw, with 16,500 inhabitants (2002).

Gorlice

  1. Gorlice is a good size city with an active business community. (Web site)
  2. Gorlice is a town in southern Poland with 28,707 inhabitants (2004). (Web site)
  3. Gorlice is an industrial and tourist region in southern Poland. (Web site)
  4. Gorlice was founded during the reign of Casimir the Great in 1354 by colonists from G--rlitz.
  5. The name "Gorlice" is pronounced "Gor-leetz-eh," with the stress falling on the middle syllable. (Web site)

Grajewo

  1. Grajewo is a small town in which jews settled at the beginning of the 18th century.
  2. Grajewo - a Yizkor Book does exist but it has not been translated yet.
  3. Grajewo is a town in north-eastern Poland with 22,400 inhabitants (1995).

Greater Poland

  1. Greater Poland was returned to Prussia and became the capital of the autonomous Grand Duchy of Posen. (Web site)
  2. Greater Poland was the central part of the principality ruled from Gniezno by Duke Mieszko I and King Boleslaus the Brave (Boleslaw Chrobry).
  3. The Greater Poland is a very attractive region and that is why it captures many tourists'attention.

Grodzisk Mazowiecki

  1. Grodzisk Mazowiecki is a city that stands out in the Mazowiecki Province and Poland as a whole.
  2. Grodzisk Mazowiecki is a town in central Poland with 24,900 inhabitants in 1995.

Gryfice

  1. Gryfice is the main town of Gryfice county.

Gryfino

  1. Gryfino (German: Greifenhagen) is a city with 22.400 inhabitants in northwest Poland, nearly on the German border.
  2. It is also the capital of Gryfino County in West Pomeranian Voivodeship (since 1999), previously in Szczecin Voivodeship ( 1975 - 1998). (Web site)
  3. Gryfino County ( Polish: powiat gryfi--ski ) is a powiat (county) in Poland, in West Pomeranian Voivodeship. (Web site)

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