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<b>Podlaskie Voivodeship</b> (Polish: <i>województwo podlaskie</i> or simply <i>Podlaskie</i>) is a voivodeship, or province in northeastern Poland. Its capital city is Białystok.  
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'''Podlaskie Voivodeship''' (Polish: ''województwo podlaskie'' or simply ''Podlaskie'') is a voivodeship, or province in northeastern Poland. Its capital city is Białystok.  
  
Hitchhikers most likely pass it on their way from or to the [[Baltics]].
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Hitchhikers most likely pass it on their way from or to the [[Baltic states|Baltics]].
  
 
== Cities and towns ==
 
== Cities and towns ==

Latest revision as of 02:18, 8 October 2011

Podlaskie Voivodeship (Polish: województwo podlaskie or simply Podlaskie) is a voivodeship, or province in northeastern Poland. Its capital city is Białystok.

Hitchhikers most likely pass it on their way from or to the Baltics.

Cities and towns

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The voivodeship contains 38 cities and towns. Ten biggest of them are listed below in descending order of population (according to official figures for 2008):

1. Białystok (294,153)
2. Suwałki (69,554)
3. Łomża (63,304)
4. Augustów (30,393)
5. Bielsk Podlaski (26,484)
6. Zambrów (22,514)
7. Grajewo (22,309)
8. Hajnówka (21,710)
9. Sokółka (18,666)
10. Łapy (16,230)

Flag of Poland Voivodeships of Poland

Greater Poland (wielkopolskie) • Kuyavian-Pomeranian (kujawsko-pomorskie) • Lesser Poland (małopolskie) • Łódź (łódzkie) • Lower Silesian (dolnośląskie) • Lublin (lubelskie) • Lubusz (lubuskie) • Masovian (mazowieckie) • Opole (opolskie) • PodlaskiePomeranian (pomorskie) • Silesian (śląskie) • Subcarpathian (podkarpackie) • ŚwiętokrzyskieWarmian-Masurian (warmińsko-mazurskie) • West Pomeranian (zachodniopomorskie)