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The mid-western part of Poland called Lubuskie Province was formed in 1998 from two former provinces: the Province of Gorzow and Zielonogorskie Province. The total area of the Province is 13,888 sq km and the population is 1,020,000 people. 65% of the people in Lubuskie Province live in towns. 45% of the land is covered by forests. The main routes connecting Eastern and Western Europe cross the land.
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