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Cities of Poland A-Z (and more)

Based on the clues, name these cities starting with each letter.
The one on "L" is the most beautiful one!
In the quiz, ą=a, ę=e, ł=l, ć=c, ń=n, ó=o, ś=s, ź=z, ż=z. Polish alphabet does not have "q", "v", "x".
Names in other languages - if valid - are also accepted. Cities on "ą", "ę", "ń", "ó", "y", "ź" do not exist or are too small to be included.
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Last updated: October 31, 2018
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Letter
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Answer
A
Health resort in northern Poland, next to its Canal and Primeval Forest. Name is similar to one of the Roman Emperors.
Augustów
B
"Capital of Polish rowing", lies between Vistula, Noteć and Brda rivers. Sometimes called "Little Berlin".
Bydgoszcz
C
Main religious centre. Symbol of defence against Sweden in the 17th century.
Częstochowa
Ć
Famous porcelain factory is located there.
Ćmielów
D
Air Force School is located there since the interwar period.
Dęblin
E
In northern Poland, next to a Canal with a remarkable system of inclined planes. Founded in 1237 by the Teutonic Knights.
Elbląg
F
On the Vistula Lagoon, the "Jewel of Warmia". Nicolaus Copernicus resided there.
Frombork
G
Was a free city between 1920 and 1939.
Gdańsk
Letter
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H
City at the end of its Peninsula, bus no. 666 drives there.
Hel
I
In Kuyavia, with saltwater baths and salt mines. Its name is similar to the Polish translation of "Breslau" ("Only Breslau").
Inowrocław
J
Where "Polish Woodstock" festival is organised.
Jarocin
K
Capital city of Poland between 1039 and 1596, main academic and cultural centre.
Kraków
L
Union was signed there in 1569, creating the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. Name is similar to one of European capital cities.
Lublin
Ł
Former textile industry centre in the middle of Poland. Translates into "boat".
Łódź
M
Founded by the Knights of the Teutonic Order, who built their main stronghold there.
Malbork
N
Spa town in eastern Poland, writers Bolesław Prus and Stefan Żeromski were its frequent visitors.
Nałęczów
O
On Oder river, in Silesia. One of the oldest cities in Poland.
Opole
Letter
Hint
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P
On Warta river. Its symbol are head-butting goats.
Poznań
R
Largest city in southeastern Poland.
Rzeszów
S
Major seaport on Oder river, in Poland (again) since 1945.
Szczecin
Ś
The tallest statue of Jesus in the world is there.
Świebodzin
T
Birthplace of Nicolaus Copernicus. Known for its gingerbread.
Toruń
U
Popular seaside destination.
Ustka
W
The capital city of Poland.
Warszawa
Z
In eastern Poland, a unique example of a Renaissance town, founded in 1580.
Zamość
Ż
In Beskids (part of the Carpathian Mountains). Famous brewery is located there.
Żywiec
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