Szczecin Voivodeship

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Szczecin Voivodeship

Szczecin Voivodeship (1) (Polish : województwo szczecińskie) was a unit of administrative division and local government in Poland in the years 19751998, superseded by West Pomeranian Voivodeship.

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1 January 1992

Major cities and towns

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Other towns (population 1980):

1950-1975

Szczecin Voivodeship (2) was an administrative unit in Poland in years 19501975, superseded by the voivodeships of Szczecin (1) and Gorzów Voivodeship.

Capital city: Szczecin

List of counties in 1950-1975:
English county name, Polish county name, capital city

New counties established 1950-1975:

1945-1950

Szczecin Voivodeship (3) was an administrative unit of Poland in years 19451950, created after World War II from the Prussian-German province of Pomerania, which were granted to Poland. In 1950 divided into the Szczecin Voivodeship (2) and Koszalin Voivodeship.

Capital city: Szczecin List of counties in 1946-1950:
English county name, Polish county name, capital city

New counties established in this period:

See also

Coordinates: 53°25′17″N14°33′03″E / 53.421271°N 14.550717°E / 53.421271; 14.550717


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