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List of cities in Poland





This page contains a list of cities and towns in gazetteer is available to locate any town or settlement on a detailed map.

As of 1 January 2011 there are 908 towns in Poland. For lists of places which obtained or regained town status in the years since 1900, see Nowe miasta w Polsce in Polish World Heritage Encyclopedia.

Largest cities by size

Voivodeship capitals (seats of either a voivode or a voivodeship legislature) are marked in bold.

Rank 2007 Chng +/-1999 Name Pop. Dec. 2007 Pop. 1999 Pop. 1900
1. Warszawa 1,706,624 1,618,468 756,400
2. +1 Kraków 766,583 740,666 120,300
3. -1 L|o|dz|Łódź 753,192 806,728 351,600
4. Wrocław 632,930 643,877 422,700
5. Poznań 567,932 578,235 126,000
6. Gdańsk 458,717 458,988 140,600
7. Szczecin 410,811 416,988 210,700
8. Bydgoszcz 361,222 386,855 52,200
9. Lublin 351,806 356,251 53,600
10. Katowice

(admin centre of Silesian Metropolis)

317,220

(2,062,200)

345,934 31,700
11. Białystok 294,143 285,000 66,000
12. +1 Gdynia 250,242 253,521 900
13. -1 Częstochowa 242,300 257,812 53,700
14. +1 Radom 224,857 232,262 30,100
15. -1 Sosnowiec (incl in SM) 222,586 244,102 86,700
16. +2 Toruń 206,619 206,158 29,600
17. -1 Kielce 205,902 212,383 23,200
18. -1 Gliwice (incl in SM) 197,393 212,164 52,400
19. +1 Zabrze (incl in SM) 189,062 200,177 26,000
20. -1 Bytom (incl in SM) 184,765 205,560 51,400
21. +1 Olsztyn 175,710 170,904 24,300
22. -1 Bielsko-Biała 175,690 180,307 17,400
23. Rzeszów 166,454 162,049 18,300
24. Ruda Śląska (incl in SM) 144,584 159,665 14,800
25. Rybnik 141,080 144,582 7,200
26. +1 Tychy (incl in SM) 129,776 133,178 4,900
27. +1 Dąbrowa Górnicza (incl in SM) 128,795 131,037 3,000
28. +1 Płock 126,968 131,011 27,000
29. +2 Opole 126,748 129,553 30,100
30. Elbląg 126,710 129,782 52,500
31. +1 Gorzów Wielkopolski 125,411 126,019 33,600
32. -6 Wałbrzych 123,635 136,923 16,400
33. Włocławek 118,432 123,373 23,000
34. +2 Zielona Góra 117,523 118,182 21,000
35. Tarnów 116,118 118,297 31,700
36. -2 Chorzów (incl in SM) 113,678 121,708 57,900
37. +2 Kalisz 108,031 106,641 22,000
38. -1 Koszalin 107,376 112,375 20,400
39. -1 Legnica 104,754 109,335 54,900
40. Grudziądz 99,090 102,434 32,700
41. Słupsk 97,419 102,370 27,300
42. Jaworzno (incl in SM) 96,600 99,800 17,500
43. Jastrzębie Zdrój 93,939 102,294 1,700

All towns alphabetically

A

B

Ba-Be

Bi-Bl

Bo-Br

Bu-By

C

Ce-Ch

Ci-Cz

Ć

D

Da-Do

Dr-Dz

E

F

G

Ga-Gn

Go - Gó

Gr-Gu

H

I

J

K

Ka-Kc

Ke-Kn

Ko

Kr-Kw

L

La-Li

Lu-Lw

Ł

M

Ma

Mi

Mo-My

N

Na-Ni

No-Ny

O

Ob-Or

Os-Oz

P

Pa-Pe

Pi-Pl

Pn-Po

Pr-Py

R

Ra

Re-Rz

S

Sa-Si

Sk-Sl

Sn

So

St

Su-Sy

Sz

Ś

T

U

W

Wa-We

Wi-Wl

Wo-Wy

Z

Za-Ze

Zg-Zw

Ż

See also

External links

  • Castles of Poland
  • Central Statistical Office of Poland
  • City Population: Poland (statistics & map)
  • Map

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