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Swietokrzyskie (Holy Cross Province) Swietokrzyskie province is located in central southeastern Poland. The province takes its name from the Swietokrzyskie Mountains (Holy Cross Mountains), said to be Europe's oldest, the central part of the Kielece Upland. The province has many unique scenic and tourist attractions, including beautiful caves and rock climbing opportunities in the mountains.

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Kielce: The Capital of the Province - 212,600 inhabitants
849 words Information about history, culture, education, economy, business, etc.
29 links City of Kielce's home page
18 links Information about the city's history, economy, places worth visiting, education, culture, sport, etc.
1,215 words Wikipedia's article about the town
29 links Jewish history of the town and events there
Bieliny Commune - 9,916 inhabitants
1061 words
3 photos
1 visual
Information about the town's location, history, and touristic attractions, etc.
Checiny - 4,330 inhabitants
1,249 words total
10 photos
1 visual
Pages from the Lexicon of Polish Cities, Towns and Villages
Jedrzejow - 17,700 inhabitants
6 links Information about history, monuments, location, economy, culture, etc.
Ostrowiec Swietokrzyski - 78,900 inhabitants
10 links Information about location, history, town today, tourism, economy, gallery, etc.
Pinczow - 13,000 inhabitants
840 words total
10 photos
1 visual
Pages from the Lexicon of Polish Cities, Towns and Villages
Sandomierz - 27,100 inhabitants
209 words General information about the town
Wachock - 3,100 inhabitants
16 links The oldest times; the beginnings of the Cistercians; 12th -15th century; 17th - 19th century name

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