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  Lublin Voivodship
It borders on Podlasie, Mazowsze, Święty Krzyż and Podkarpaty voivodships and Ukraine and Belarus to the east.
Lublin Voivodship (2) 1975-1998 (Polish: województwo lubelskie) was an administrative region of Poland, 1975-1998, superseded by Lublin Voivodship.
Lublin Voivodship (3) 1945-1975 (Polish: województwo lubelskie) was an administrative region of Poland, 1945-1975, superseded by Lublin (2), Chełm, Zamość, Biała Podlaska, Tarnobrzeg and Siedlce voivodships.
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 Lublin, Poland
['lublin]) is the biggest city in eastern Poland and the capital of Lublin Voivodship with a population of 355,954 (2004).
Lublin's population grew from 28,900 in 1873 to 50,150 in 1897.
Rabbi Yaakov Yitzchak of Lublin, "The Seer of Lublin", (1745-1815)
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 Welcome Poland - Informations about Lublin in Poland.
Lublin's Jewish population was forced into the Lublin ghetto established around the area of Podzamcze.
While the standard of living in the city of Lublin is considerably higher than in the surrounding countryside, the city's relatively poor economic performance is unavoidably tied to the poverty of its surrounding region.
Bialystok, Cracow, Gdansk, Gdynia, Katowice, Lublin, Lodz, Poznan, Sopot, Szczecin, Torun, Warsaw, Wroclaw, Zakopane
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 Lublin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
['lublin]) is the biggest city in eastern Poland and the capital of Lublin Voivodship with a population of 355,954 (2004).
In July 1980, the workers of Lublin and nearby Świdnik began the first in the wave of mass strikes aimed against the Communist regime, which eventually led to the emergence of the Solidarity movement.
Rabbi Yaakov Yitzchak of Lublin (1745–1815) - "The Seer of Lublin"
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 Wikipedia: Pomeranian Voivodship
The Pomeranian Voivodship (in Polish województwo pomorskie) is an administrative region or voivodship in northern Poland within the historic region of Eastern Pomerania.
(3) Pomeranian voivodship (1919-1939) was a unit of administration and local government in the Republic of Poland (II Rzeczpospolita) established in 1919 after WWI from the majority of the Prussian province of West Prussia which fell to Poland.
(5) Pomeranian voivodship (1294-1308) was a province of the Kingdom of Poland.
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 Lublin Voivodship | English | Dictionary & Translation by Babylon
Lublin Voivodeship (Polish: województwo lubelskie) is an administrative region, or voivodeship, of eastern Poland.
It was created January 1, 1999, out of the former Lublin (2), Chełm, Zamość, Biała Podlaska and partly Tarnobrzeg and Siedlce voivodeships, according to the Local Government Reorganisation Act of 1998.
Lublin Voivodeship is the poorest (NUTS-2) region of the European Union.
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 Lublin: Encyclopedia topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Lublin (pronounce:) is the biggest city in eastern Poland (Poland: A republic in central Europe; the invasion of Poland by Germany in 1939 started World War II) and the capital of Lublin Voivodship (Lublin Voivodship: lublin voivodship (in polish wojewdztwo lubelskie) is an administrative and local...
Students came to Lublin from all over Europe (Europe: The 2nd smallest continent (actually a vast peninsula of Eurasia); the British use `Europe' to refer to all of the continent except the British Isles) to study at the yeshiva (yeshiva: An academy for the advanced study of Jewish texts (primarily the Talmud)) there.
However, the momentum generated by the Lublin strikes quickly gave rise to a new wave of strikes in the Gdansk (Gdansk: A port city of northern Poland near the mouth of the Vistula River on a gulf of the Baltic Sea; a member of the Hanseatic League in the 14th century) region in August, 1980.
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 Lublin - Gurupedia
Lublin is the biggest city in eastern Poland and the capital of
Lublin Voivodship with a population of 361,400 (2001).
The first permanent settlement on the site of Lublin was located in the present suburbs of Czwartek and Dziesiata between the 6th century and 7th century.
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 Upto11.net - Wikipedia Article for Lublin   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
) is the biggest city in eastern Poland and the capital of Lublin Voivodship with a population of 355,954 (2004).
The first permanent settlement on the site of Lublin was located in the present suburbs of Czwartek and Dziesiand#261;ta between the 6th century and 7th century.
In 1578 the Crown Tribunal was established in the city, this being the highest court of the Lesser Poland (Maand#322;opolska) region.
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 Lublin Voivodship - InfoSearchPoint.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Lublin Voivodship (2) (Polish: województwo lubelskie) was a unit of administrative division and local government in Poland in years 1975-1998, superseded by Lublin Voivodship (1)
Lublin Voivodship (4) (Polish: województwo lubelskie) - a unit of administrative division and local government in Poland in years 1921-1939.
Lublin Voivodship (5) (Latin: Palatinatus Lublinensis, Polish: województwo lubelskie) - a unit of administrative division and local government in the Kingdom of Poland created in 16th century out of parts of Sandomierz Voivodship till the partitions of Poland in 1772.
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 voivodships of poland - Article and Reference from OnPedia.com
A voivodship (in Polish wojewdztwo) is a unit of administrative division and local government in Poland since the 14th century.
The three smallest voivodships: Warsaw, Cracow and Lodz had a special status of municipal voivodship; the city president (mayor) was also province governor.
In 1950 new voivodships were created: Koszalin - previously part of Szczecin, Opole - previously part of Katowice, and Zielona Gra - previously part of Poznań;, Wrocław and Szczecin voivodships.
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 Lubusz Voivodship   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The Lubusz Voivodship (in Polish województwo lubuskie) is an administrative and local government region or voivodship in the western part of Poland.
It was created on 1 January 1999 out of the former Zielona Gora and Gorzow Wielkopolski voivodships as a result of the Local Government Reorganization Act of 1998.
It is a small region in area and in population among the country's sixteen voivodships.
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 Lublin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Lublin is the biggest city in eastern Poland and the capital of Lublin Voivodship with a population of 361,400 (2001).
Lublin is an important industrial centre with chemical plants and machinery factories.
In July, 1980, in Lublin and nearby Swidnik the first mass strikes of workers took place, which eventually led to the emergence of the Solidarity movement.
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 Archiwum Państwowe w Lublinie - History
In 1887, the Lublin Archives of Historical Records were closed down by the order of the Kingdom of Poland's Russian authorities, which decided that the Archive resources relate to the "Russian lands" and as a result the archives were transferred to Vilna (Vilnius).
On the basis of its resources, the State Archive was established in Lublin by the decree of the Regency Council on 31 July 1918.
During the German Nazi occupation the SAL was incorporated in the structure of the Lublin District authorities and was subordinated to the Archival Office (Archivamt).
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 Voivodships of Poland - Wikipedia
A voivodship (in Polish Województwo) is the term for each of the 16 administrative regions (provinces) of Poland.
Today's provinces are largely based on the country's historical regions, whereas those of 1975-1998 were centred on and named for individual cities.
The new units range in area from under 10,000 km² (Opole Voivodship) to over 35,000 km² (Masovian Voivodship), and in population from one million (Lubusz Voivodship) to over five million (Masovian Voivodship).
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 Paper SA 9
The Lublin voivodship is the key area of the center eastern region situated in the between the Bug and Vistula Rivers.
The voivodship is characterized by the substantial social and economic potential which is related to the geographical peculiarity.
The strategy of the voivodship is aimed at not only making use of the merits of the region but also at solving its problems which should be discussed from the perspective of future integration with the European Community and broader cooperation with Ukraine and other countries of Central and Eastern Europe.
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 Paper R 6
The indicator that characterizes voivodships with regard to their communication accesibility comprises the existing rail way and road infrastructure and distances from airports, seaports border crossings and localization of voivodships according to planned net of highways.
In this voivodship the rate of unemloyment was 6,8 in 1996; in Lublin voivodship 11,9, in Chelm voivodship 14,0; in Tarnobrzeg and Zamosc voivodship 14,6.
In the second group that includes seventeen voivodships the indicator that expresses the ratio of the inflow of foreign capital to the investment attractiveness is dohre.
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 Przewozy osobowe • krajowe i zagraniczne • Lublin • Jazda za Grosze   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Lublin Castle - from the early 13th century and the Holy Trinity chapel from the 14th century, Poland, adjacent to the Old Town district and close to the city center.
The hill on which it is located was first fortified with a wood-reinforced earthen wall in the 12th century.
In the first half of the 13th century the stone keep was built which survives to this day and is the tallest building of the castle, (...)
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 Lublin - Wikigadugi   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Lublin (pronounced: Image:Ltspkr.png ['lublin]) is the biggest city in eastern Poland and the capital of Lublin Voivodship with a population of 355,954 (2004).
Image:5 Lublin 29.jpg Some of the artists and writers of the Polish renaissance lived and worked in Lublin, including Sebastian Klonowic and Jan Kochanowski, who died in the city in 1584.
Image:5 Lublin 34.jpg Image:5 Lublin 36.jpg It has six schools of higher education, including Maria Curie-Sklodowska University (UMCS) and Catholic University of Lublin (KUL).
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 Wikipedia: Lower Silesian Voivodship
The Lower Silesian Voivodship (in Polish województwo dolnośląskie) is an administrative region or voivodship in south-western Poland.
It was created on 1 January 1999 out of the former Wroclaw, Legnica, Walbrzych and Jelenia Gora voivodships as a result of Local Government Reogranization Act of 1998.
The voivodship's name recalls the region's traditional name of Lower Silesia (Dolny Śląsk).
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 Lublin Voivodship: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Pomeranian Voivodship (The pomeranian voivodship (in polish wojewdztwo pomorskie) is an administrative region or voivodship...)
Volhynian Voivodship (Volhynian voivodship (województwo woyskie) was one of the 16 voivodships of poland prior to 1939...)
Wilno Voivodship (Wilno voivodship (polish województwo wileskie) was one of the voivodships in the 1922-1939 period....)
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 Lublin Voivodship: A mother of a newborn baby left at a bus stop arrested   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Lublin Voivodship: A mother of a newborn baby left at a bus stop arrested
The police arrested the mother of a newborn baby that was found at the bus stop in Klementowice (Lublin area) by the village resident on 25 April.
The woman admitted that she gave birth and abandoned the boy - informed the police (on 20 May).
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 Home -Geography - Lublin Province   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The province is located in the East of Poland, in the Lublin region.
The administrative and economic center of the province is the city of Lublin.
The population of the province is approximately 2,241,000 people, 16% of whom live permanently in Lublin (10% of Lublin population are students), while 65% live in the country and towns of less than 20,000 inhabitants.
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 Voivodships of Poland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
As a result of Local Government Reogranization Act of 1998, 16 new voivodships were created (effective January 1 1999) and replaced the 49 voivodships which had existed since 1 July 1975.
Tree smallest voivodships of Warsaw, Cracow and Lodz had special status of city voivodship; the city president (mayor) was also province governor.
Newly acquired teritories in the west and north organized into the voivodships of Szczecin, Wroclaw, Olsztyn and partly joined to Gdansk, Katowice and Poznan voivodships.
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 Poland as you like! - Poland hotels and tourist services - Lublin   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Lublin is the biggest city in Eastern Poland and the capital of Lublin Voivodship with a population of 350 thousand.
The first permanent settlement on the site of Lublin was located in the present suburbs of Czwartek and Dziesiąta on the turn of 6th century.
When Poland was reborn in 1918 after WWI Lublin became a capital of the country for a few days.
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 PRELIMINARY GUIDE TO COLLECTIONS IN THE PROVINCIONAL STATE ARCHIVES IN POLAND   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Especially, in the case of central voivodships abutting the Borderlands (for example Lublin), reports, notes, police material from the Vilna region, Polesie or Wohlynia etc. were distributed amongst local authorities.
This was because the national and religious structure of Lublin or Bialystok voivodships was non-homogenous, especially, in Chelm and Podlasie regions, which had a relatively high percentage of Ruthenians, who – in the opinion of the Polish authorities - could be willing to listen to ‘hostile propaganda’.
In Lublin for example, we can find reports on re-emigrants and repatriates from Russia to towns and villages in the Lublin Voivodship territory (1919-1924 and after), reports from other voivodships, which were sent to Lublin and were located in this division firstly.
www.art.man.ac.uk /HISTORY/ahrbproj/web/resources/Archives/zielinski/zielinski_lublin.htm   (1821 words)

  
 Poland - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A golden age occurred in the 16th century during its union (Lublin Union) with Lithuania in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.
The citizens of Poland took pride in their ancient freedoms and Sejm parliamentary system, although the szlachta monopolised most of the benefits as most of Poles since the middle of the fourteenth century were serfs.
Today, Poland has more than a hundred tertiary education instutions; traditional universities to be found in its major cities of Gdańsk, Bydgoszcz, Katowice, Kraków, Lublin, Łódź,Olsztyn, Poznań, Rzeszów, Toruń, Warsaw and Wrocław as well as technical, medical, economic institutions elsewhere, employing around 61,000 workers.
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