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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.
Last updated: October 31, 2018
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Health resort in northern Poland, next to its Canal and Primeval Forest. Name is similar to one of the Roman Emperors.
"Capital of Polish rowing", lies between Vistula, Noteć and Brda rivers. Sometimes called "Little Berlin".
Main religious centre. Symbol of defence against Sweden in the 17th century.
Famous porcelain factory is located there.
Air Force School is located there since the interwar period.
In northern Poland, next to a Canal with a remarkable system of inclined planes. Founded in 1237 by the Teutonic Knights.
On the Vistula Lagoon, the "Jewel of Warmia". Nicolaus Copernicus resided there.
Was a free city between 1920 and 1939.
City at the end of its Peninsula, bus no. 666 drives there.
In Kuyavia, with saltwater baths and salt mines. Its name is similar to the Polish translation of "Breslau" ("Only Breslau").
Where "Polish Woodstock" festival is organised.
Capital city of Poland between 1039 and 1596, main academic and cultural centre.
Union was signed there in 1569, creating the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. Name is similar to one of European capital cities.
Former textile industry centre in the middle of Poland. Translates into "boat".
Founded by the Knights of the Teutonic Order, who built their main stronghold there.
Spa town in eastern Poland, writers Bolesław Prus and Stefan Żeromski were its frequent visitors.
On Oder river, in Silesia. One of the oldest cities in Poland.
On Warta river. Its symbol are head-butting goats.
Largest city in southeastern Poland.
Major seaport on Oder river, in Poland (again) since 1945.
The tallest statue of Jesus in the world is there.
Birthplace of Nicolaus Copernicus. Known for its gingerbread.
Popular seaside destination.
The capital city of Poland.
In eastern Poland, a unique example of a Renaissance town, founded in 1580.
In Beskids (part of the Carpathian Mountains). Famous brewery is located there.
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