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- By this time freight traffic was mainly (if not exclusively) seasonal sugar beet traffic to the works in Znin.
- Post office, telegraph and inn in Znin, railway station 34 km.
- For those interested in rails, a few narrow gauge lines still operate between Stare Bojanowa and Wielichowa, and Gasawa to Znin.
- Zator is an old town (pop.
- travel to Zator and Poland with us.
- Zator is a town in southern Poland.
- Zakopane is a town in southern Poland It lies in a big glen between the Tatra Mountains and Gubal-wka Hill.
- Zakopane is a town commune.
- Zakopane is one of the competing cities to host the 2006 Winter Olympic Games.
- Zakopane is the most important Polish centre of mountaineering and skiing, and is visited by about three million tourists annually.
- Zakopane is the most important Polish centre of mountaineering and skiing, and is visited by about two million tourists annually.
- Zawiercie is a city in the Silesian Voivodeship of southern Poland with 55,800 inhabitants (2005).
- Zawiercie is a town in south Poland with 56,300 inhabitants (1995).
- Here is the flag of Zary County in the voivodship of Lubuskie.
- The train operated SuX, leaves Zary around 17:00 and is hauled by a ST43.
- Photos and information about Zary from a genealogical perspective, from Heritage Quest Magazine and European Focus.
- Today G--rlitz and Zgorzelec, two towns on opposite banks of the river, have friendly relations.
- The Greek community of Zgorzelec was intrumental in the building of Ss.
- Situated in the Lower Silesian Voivodeship since 1999, Zgorzelec was previously in the Jelenia G--ra Voivodeship from 1975 - 1998.
- Zgierz was granted a town charter before 1288.
- Zwierzyniec is a town at the Wieprz river in the Zamo---- County, Lublin Voivodship, Poland, located at .
- Zwierzyniec is a town on the Wieprz river in the Zamo---- County, Lublin Voivodeship, Poland.
- Zwierzyniec is the northermost town of the Roztocze National Park.
- Zwierzyniec is the northernmost town of the Roztocze National Park.
- Zagan is a small, picturesque, town with a population of around 14,000 in the south west of Poland.
- Zagan was also the birthplace of the German mathematician and astronomer Johannes Kepler.
- 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).
- Warka is the birthplace of general Kazimierz Pulaski (March 6, 1745), and is also famed for its Warka Brewery (since 1478).
- Tykocin is a small town in north-eastern Poland, with 1,800 inhabitants (1998), located on the Narew river.
- There's a splendid Baroque synagogue at Tykocin in the Bialystok region.
- Trzcianka is a town in Greater Poland, in Poland.
- Sztum is a town in Poland, capital of Sztum County, located in Pomeranian Voivodship, with some 11,000 inhabitants (2000).
- Sztum is a town situated in the central part of Powi-le, a region along the banks of the lower Vistula river.
- Strzelce Opolskie is a town in south-western Poland with 21,900 inhabitants (1995), situated in the Opole Voivodship.
- Up until 1999 there was a branch line connecting with K--dzierzyn Ko--le with Strzelce Opolskie.
- The hoisting flag also used in Swiebodzin County.
- Swiebodzin County flag; territorial flag; Hanging flag.
- Here are the flags of Swiebodzin County in the voivodship of Lubuskie.
- Annopol is a small town in south-eastern Poland with 2,700 inhabitants.
- Barczewo is a place in the Powiat Olsztyn, Warmia i Mazury voivodship, Poland.
- Drug addicts are treated in Prison centre in Barczewo in a separate detoxication ward.
- Medical care Prison Facility in Barczewo has rather large and well organized medical service for inmates.
- In 1796 Alwernia is mentioned as being a (small) commercial and administrative centre.
- In 1926 a chemical works was established in the southern part of the town; today it is Alwernia's biggest employer.
- Its attractive setting and proximity to Krak--w led to the town's growth and in 1993 Alwernia was granted full civic status.
- The Zielona G--ra Airport is located at Babimost, north-east of the city.
- To continue your travel by rail, the most convenient station is in the the town of Babimost, 3 km.
- Bartoszyce - a district city with 28 thousand inhabitants.
- Bartoszyce is a district town on the Polish border with a population of 27,000.
- Bartoszyce is a town in northeastern Poland with 26,100 inhabitants ( 1995).
- Bartoszyce is a town on the --yna River in northeastern Poland with 25,621 inhabitants (as of 2004).
- Bartoszyce was 60% destroyed during World War II and joined Poland in 1945.
- Bielawa is a city in Polish.
- 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.
- Bielawa is a city located in the central part of the district of Lower Silesia in the administrative unit of Dzier-oni-w.
- Bielawa is a town in south-western 1 2 Bielawa is a town in south-western Poland with 33,500 inhabitants (2001).
- Bielawa is a town in south-western Poland with 32 652 inhabitants (2006).
- Bielsk Podlaski is a town in north-eastern Poland with 27,600 inhabitants ( 2004).
- Bielsk Podlaski was given city status in 1495.
- Bochnia is a historic town in southern Poland, situated southeast of Krak--w.
- Bochnia is a picturesque and historical town situated on the Raba River in southern Poland and is the administrative capital of Bochnia County.
- Bochnia is a small town some 20 miles east of Krakow.
- Bochnia is a town in south-east Poland with a total population of about 30.000 residents.
- Bochnia is a town in south-eastern Poland with 29,600 inhabitants (1995).
- Borne Sulinowo is a city born out of dreams less than 60 years.
- KOMORZE a holiday village in the commune of Borne Sulinowo, near lake Komorze.
- He has worked on two major projects abroad, the Borne Sulinowo and Stadium series.
- Braniewo is a city in northeastern Poland: Warmia - Mazury voivodship).
- Brenna is a crazy crazy woman.
- Brenna is a fighter, Brenna is clearly perturbed by something and is asking around.
- Brenna is a hypothetical feminine of Brennus, Brenna is Irish for little raven or raven hair.
- Brenna is a mountain resort in Silesia, Poland, located in the historical region of Cieszyn Silesia.
- Brenna is a mountain resort in Silesia.
- Brodnica is a small, old town in north Poland, with great medieval tradition: big castle.
- Brodnica is a town in northern Poland with 27,400 inhabitants (1995).
- 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 is a hamlet on the railway line between Chojnice and Kocierzyna.
- Brusy is a Polish town located in the Pomeranian Voivodship.
- Brzeg is a town in southwestern Poland with 38,496 inhabitants ( 2004), situated in the Opole Voivodeship.
- Brzeg is a thirteenth century city, rich in historic buildings.
- Brzeg is a town in south-western Poland with 39,900 inhabitants (1995), situated in the Opole Voivodship.
- Brzeg Dolny is a city and municipality with a population of over 10,000.
- Chojnice is a junction station lying at the point where non-electrified lines from six directions come together.
- Chojnice is a town in northern Poland with 40,600 inhabitants (2000), near famous Tuchola Forests, Lake Charzykowskie and many other water reservoirs.
- Choroszcz is a town in north-eastern Poland.
- Choroszcz was then the heart of surrounding lands.
- Choszczno is a town (population around 20.000) in West Pomeranian Voivodeship, Poland.
- Choszczno is the administrative centre of the Choszczno County.
- Cieszyn is a regional economic, administrative, educational and cultural centre.
- Cieszyn is an important centre of electromechanical industry.
- Cieszyn is an important centre of the electromechanical industry.
- Cieszyn is the Polish half of a single municipal entity functioning in both Poland and the Czech Republic.
- Cieszyn was nevertheless the centre of the Polish national movement in Silesian Cieszyn.
- Czechowice-Dziedzice is a town in south Poland with 35,600 inhabitants (1995).
- Czechowice-Dziedzice is a town in southern Poland with 34,867 inhabitants (2004).
- Dobre Miasto - a municipal and rural commune with ca 16.6 thousand inhabitants; ca 11 thousand of them live in the town itself.
- Dobre Miasto was founded in 1326, and was bestowed city rights on December 26, 1329.
- Dobre Miasto was founded on the place of a destroyed Old Prussian settlement.
- Dobre Miasto was founded on the place of a destroyed Prussian settlement.
- Dobre Miasto was founded on the place of destroyed Prussian settlement.
- Drawsko Pomorskie is a town in north-eastern Poland, with 12,000 inhabitants ( 2000).
- Drohiczyn is a small historic town in Siemiatycze County of Podlasie Voivodeship (previously in Bialystok Voivodeship in 1975-1998) in Eastern Poland.
- Drohiczyn is a small historic town in Siemiatycze County of Podlasie Voivodeship (previously in Bia--ystok Voivodeship in 1975-1998) in Eastern Poland.
- Drohiczyn is a small town situated in a picturesque place on a cliff.
- Drohiczyn is a town I first visited in 1999, just before one of the Pope's visits.
- Drohiczyn is a town in north-eastern Poland.
- Frombork is a beautiful historical town constructed right on the embankment of the Vistula Lagoon.
- Frombork is a small historic town up on the northern coast, just in from the Gulf of Gdansk and very near the Russian border.
- Frombork is a small picturesque town on the Vistula Lagoon.
- Frombork is a small town next to Vistula Bay.
- Frombork is a tourist and agricultural commune.
- Garwolin is a town in Poland, 50 km southeast of Warsaw, with 16,500 inhabitants (2002).
- Gorlice is a good size city with an active business community.
- Gorlice is a town in southern Poland with 28,707 inhabitants (2004).
- Gorlice is an industrial and tourist region in southern Poland.
- Gorlice was founded during the reign of Casimir the Great in 1354 by colonists from G--rlitz.
- The name "Gorlice" is pronounced "Gor-leetz-eh," with the stress falling on the middle syllable.
- Grajewo is a small town in which jews settled at the beginning of the 18th century.
- Grajewo - a Yizkor Book does exist but it has not been translated yet.
- Grajewo is a town in north-eastern Poland with 22,400 inhabitants (1995).
- Greater Poland was returned to Prussia and became the capital of the autonomous Grand Duchy of Posen.
- Greater Poland was the central part of the principality ruled from Gniezno by Duke Mieszko I and King Boleslaus the Brave (Boleslaw Chrobry).
- The Greater Poland is a very attractive region and that is why it captures many tourists'attention.
- Grodzisk Mazowiecki is a city that stands out in the Mazowiecki Province and Poland as a whole.
- Grodzisk Mazowiecki is a town in central Poland with 24,900 inhabitants in 1995.
- Gryfice is the main town of Gryfice county.
- Gryfino (German: Greifenhagen) is a city with 22.400 inhabitants in northwest Poland, nearly on the German border.
- It is also the capital of Gryfino County in West Pomeranian Voivodeship (since 1999), previously in Szczecin Voivodeship ( 1975 - 1998).
- Gryfino County ( Polish: powiat gryfi--ski ) is a powiat (county) in Poland, in West Pomeranian Voivodeship.
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