Lubuskie is a province (voivodeship) in the far west of Poland. As a province it has two regional capitals: Gorzów Wielkopolski and Zielona Góra. Lubuskie is in the main flat and rural, with large areas of unspoilt countryside, many lakes and extensive forests. Due to its climate grapes are cultivated for the production of wine in parts of Lubuskie, chiefly in the south.
Lubuskie borders with the West Pomerania (Zachodnipomorskie) to the north, Greater Poland (Wielkopolskie) to the east, Lower Silesia (Dolnoslaskie) to the south, and Germany (Brandenburg and Saxony) to the west. Lebus and Lubusz are alternative names for Lubuskie.
Activity Holiday idea - Hire a canoe or kayak and paddle any of the wonderful lakes and rivers in and around the Lubuskie Lake District.
A religious pilgrimage consisting mostly of teenagers making its way along a road in Lubuskie, Western Poland.
The twenty largest towns and cities, starting with the largest first are:
Gorzów Wielkopolski; Zielona Góra; Nowa Sol; Zary; Zagan; Swiebodzin; Miedzyrzecz; Slubice; Kostrzyn nad Odra; Sulechow; Gubin; Lubsko; Wschowa; Szprotawa; Krosno Odrzanskie; Drezdenko; Strzelce Krajenskie; Skwierzyna; Sulecin; Kozuchow.
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