Administrative unit (governorate) of the Congress Poland.- Lublin Governorate
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Town in south-eastern Poland with 25,978 inhabitants as of June 2021.
At that time, it was the third biggest town of Lublin Governorate, after Lublin and Hrubieszow.
Town in southeastern Poland, with a population of around 18,212 (2016).
Following the Austro-Polish War of 1809 the town became part of the short-lived Polish Duchy of Warsaw, then in 1815 it became part of Russian-controlled Congress Poland, within the Lublin Governorate.
Voivodeship, or region, located in southeastern Poland.
It was formed in 1816 from Lublin Department, and in 1837 was transformed into Lublin Governorate.
Polity created in 1815 by the Congress of Vienna as a semi-autonomous Polish state and successor to Napoleon's Duchy of Warsaw.
The 1912 reform created a new governorate – Kholm Governorate – from parts of the Sedlets and Lublin Governorates.
Administrative unit (governorate) of the Congress Poland.
It was created in 1867 from the division of the Lublin Governorate.
Administrative unit (governorate) of the Russian Empire.
It was created from eastern parts of Siedlce Governorate and Lublin Governorate in 1912.
Administrative unit (a governorate) of the Kingdom of Poland.
In 1844 it was merged into a larger Lublin Governorate; in 1867 it was recreated as the Siedlce Governorate.
Yiddish language author and playwright from Poland.
Born in Zamość, in Lublin Governorate, Congress Poland, a city known as an important center of the Haskalah, or Jewish enlightenment, Peretz was raised there in an Orthodox Jewish home.
Polish sculptor and medallic artist.
Józef Gosławski was born in Polanówka, in the Lublin Governorate of Congress Poland, but was brought up Wąwolnica with his parents, two brothers (including younger brother Stanisław Gosławski, who also became a sculptor) and two sisters.
Subdivided several times from its creation in 1815 until its dissolution in 1918.
Lublin Governorate (with capital in Lublin)