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* [[Szczecin]] (German: ''Stettin'') {{-}} medieval capital city with an enormous harbour, monuments and old parks, as well as numerous museums
 
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* [[Kamień Pomorski]] {{-}} spa at the Baltic Coast
 
* [[Kamień Pomorski]] {{-}} spa at the Baltic Coast
 
* [[Kołobrzeg]] {{-}} spa at the Baltic Coast
 
* [[Kołobrzeg]] {{-}} spa at the Baltic Coast

Revision as of 11:28, 22 August 2010

For the state in Germany, see Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania. For the region in Germany, see Western Pomerania.

West Pomerania (Polish: Zachodniopomorskie) [1] is a region in Poland.

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Some major airlines, Poland's national carriers LOT Polish Airlines [2] and some low cost airlines fly to Szczecin's Szczecin-Goleniów Airport [3] (GDN). Domestic flights operated by LOT (under Eurolot brand) connect Szczecin with Warsaw's Frederic Chopin Airport [4] (WAW).

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Zachodniopomorskie boarders three other Polish voivodships

as well as the Baltic Sea and Germany.





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