A map of Greater Poland/Great Poland during Piast period from the Codex diplomaticus Maioris Poloniae, based on data from historical documents
Partyzancka Street in Ostrów Wielkopolski
A map of Polish dialects. The area where Greater Poland's dialect is spoken is marked in violet.
Historical coat of arms of the Greater Poland region
Marshall Józef Piłsudski during his visit in Ostrów in 1919
Poznań Town Hall
Soldiers during Greater Poland Uprising of 1918–19
Memorial plaque at the former German labor camp which existed during the occupation of Poland
Palace of the Raczyński family in Rogalin, within the Rogalin Landscape Park
Poznań is the capital of Greater Poland Voivodeship
Polish Army Barracks in 1971
Gniezno cathedral
Speedway match between KM Ostrów Wielkopolski and Śląsk Świętochłowice in Ostrów in the 1980s
Kalisz Town Hall
Memorial plaque to Krzysztof Komeda
Leszno town hall
City hall at the Market Square
Marian sanctuary in Licheń near Konin
Ostrów Wielkopolski Co-Cathedral
Ostrów Wielkopolski Co-Cathedral
Gniezno, with its cathedral, is the seat of the Catholic Primate of Poland.
Virgin Mary Queen of Poland church
The Barycz Valley Landscape Park
I Liceum Ogólnokształcące
A modern coal-fired power plant in Pątnów
Main Post Office
The A2 motorway traverses the voivodeship.
Facades of old townhouses in the city center
Lake Kociołek in Greater Poland National Park
Old Cemetery
Graves of participants of the Greater Poland Uprising
Monument of Mieczysław Halka-Ledóchowski
Elementary School No. 2
Former synagogue
Park Miejski

Ostrów Wielkopolski (often abbreviated Ostrów Wlkp., formerly called simply Ostrów, Ostrowo, Latin: Ostrovia) is a city in west-central Poland with 71 560 inhabitants (2020), situated in the Greater Poland Voivodeship; the seat of Ostrów Wielkopolski County.

- Ostrów Wielkopolski

The province is named after the region called Greater Poland or Wielkopolska.

- Greater Poland Voivodeship

Its capital city is Poznań; other important cities include Kalisz, Konin, Piła, Ostrów Wielkopolski, Gniezno (an early capital of Poland) and Leszno.

- Greater Poland Voivodeship

The region in the proper sense roughly coincides with the present-day Greater Poland Voivodeship (województwo wielkopolskie).

- Greater Poland

Other cities are Kalisz to the south-east, Konin to the east, Piła to the north, Ostrów Wielkopolski to the south-east, Gniezno (the earliest capital of Poland) to the north-east, and Leszno to the south-west.

- Greater Poland

In 1845 the Royal Catholic Gymnasium was established, a significant Polish school in the Prussian Partition of Poland, which as the I Liceum Ogólnokształcące remains one of the most renowned high schools in Greater Poland.

- Ostrów Wielkopolski

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Mediaeval seal of the city of Kalisz
Polish King Sigismund II Augustus confirms the old privileges of Kalisz, 1552
Kalisz Tribunal and Courthouse
Rynek (Market Square)
Execution of a Polish priest by the Germans in 1939
Deportation of the Jews of Kalisz
Memorial at the site of a massacre of 150 Poles in Winiary
Market Square at dusk
Wojciech Bogusławski Theatre in Kalisz
Old Town with the Collegiate Basillica of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary on the left
Saint Nicholas Cathedral in the Old Town
Arena Kalisz, the city's main indoor hall, home venue of the MKS Kalisz men's handball team and Calisia Kalisz women's volleyball team
Adam Asnyk, positivist poet
Avraham Gombiner, rabbi and scholar
Theodor Meron, judge
Stanisław Wojciechowski, president of Poland (1922-1926)

Kalisz is a city in central Poland, and the second-largest city in the Greater Poland Voivodeship, with 99,106 residents (December 2020).

Situated on the Prosna river in the southeastern part of Greater Poland, the city forms a conurbation with the nearby towns of Ostrów Wielkopolski and Nowe Skalmierzyce.