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Lubusz (Polish: Lubuskie)  is a region in western Poland bordering Germany. Until 1945, the region was known as the Neumark, (Polish: Nowa Marchia), as part of the Prussian province of Brandenburg and thus an integral part of Germany. Lubuskie originally was part of medieval Poland during the 1100's and returned to Poland with the Allied sponsored border changes following WWII. While administered here as a part of Greater Poland, parts of it historically also belonged to Silesia and Pomerania.
There is no international airport in Lubuskie, local airport in Zielona Góra serves connections between Warsaw only. The nearest international airports are Poznań's Poznań-Ławica Airport  (POZ), Wrocław's Copernicus Airport  (WRO), Szczecin's Szczecin-Goleniów Airport  (SZZ) and Warsaw's Warsaw Chopin Airport[] (WAW).
Lubuskie Voivodeship is a place full of nature, there're many forest paths and lakes, often hidden in woods.
Lubuskie boarders three other Polish voivodships
as well as Germany.