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Ziemia Lubuska (Lubuskie Province)
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.

For notes on other regions check out Annotated Listing of Poland's Regions
Mapservers Maps Descriptive Information National Parks Rivers Gorzów Wielkopolski: Administrative Capital of Province - 126,000 inhabitants Zielona Góra: Legislative Capital of Province - 120,000 inhabitants

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