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Lubusz Voivodeship

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Lubusz (Polish: Lubuskie) [1] is a region in Poland. While administered here as a part of Greater Poland, parts of it historically also fall under Silesia and Pomerania.

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There is no international airport in Lubuskie. The nearest international airports are Poznań's Poznań-Ławica Airport [3] (POZ), Wrocław's Copernicus Airport [4] (WRO), Szczecin's Szczecin-Goleniów Airport [5] (SZZ) and Warsaw's Warsaw Chopin Airport[[6]] (WAW).

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  • Kłopot: In this small border village you can see half a bridge ending in the middle of the Oder River. In World War II the German troops blew up the bridge retreating from the Soviets. Kłopot is also known for its big stork population in the summer time and for the stork-museum. You can reach Kłopot driving on the main road between Słubice and Zielona Góra. When you reach a small town between them called Cybinka follow the signs.

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Lubuskie boarders three other Polish voivodships

as well as Germany.

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