West Pomeranian Voivodeship

Viking Festival in Wolin
Church of the Virgin Mary, Queen of the World, in Stargard
Oder River in Szczecin
Gothic town hall, Chojna, built by Germans in 1320, when the town was known as Königsberg in der Neumark
City Hall, Koszalin
Park, Połczyn-Zdrój
Ship in harbour, Świnoujście
Town Hall, Nowe Warpno
Oder River in Police
Drawa National Park
Dendrological Garden, Przelewice
Wolin National Park
Pomeranian Medical University in Szczecin
Tychowo Parish
Plaque commemorating the battle of the Pomeranian Wall
Church in Spore, West Pomeranian Voivodeship
Czaplinek was once settled by Templars
Jarosławiec (West Province)
St. Roch's Church in Roscin, Mysliborz county
Krąg-Buszyno station ruins
Tumby relics
The historic cemetery crosses at Przyborze
Lapidarium with remains of an old German cemetery in Motaniec, Poland
Square in Kobylanka (West Pomeranian Province)
Ruins of the church in Trzęsacz
Szczecin - Wały Chrobrego
Szczecin Philharmonic
Gosań cliff, Wolin National Park
Lighthouse in Kołobrzeg
Pomeranian Dukes' Castle in Darłowo
Dendrological Garden in Przelewice
Cathedral of St. John the Baptist in Kamień Pomorski
Wind turbines in Cisowo
Lake Ostrowiec
Borne Sulinowo

Voivodeship in northwestern Poland.

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Pomeranian Voivodeship

Voivodeship, or province, in northwestern Poland.

Gdańsk, principal seaport of Poland since the Middle Ages and the capital of Pomeranian Voivodeship
Gdynia, one of Poland's three major seaports
Słupsk, the largest city in the west of the voivodeship
Tczew, the largest city in the ethnocultural region of Kociewie
Wejherowo, one of the main centres of the ethnocultural region of Kashubia
Starogard Gdański, the capital of Kociewie
Sopot, a resort and one of the three cities of the Tricity
Gdańsk seaport
Polpharma pharmaceutical company, in Starogard Gdański
Gdańsk University Faculty of Law, in Gdańsk-Przymorze
Main building, Gdańsk University of Technology
Gdańsk Medical University
Gdynia Maritime Academy
Dunes, Słowiński National Park
Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption, Pelplin
Malbork Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
The Gothic New Gate in Słupsk
Neptune's Fountain and the Long Market in Gdańsk
Royal Chapel in Gdańsk
Museum of the National Anthem in Będomin
Pier in Sopot, the longest wooden pier in Europe
Road bridge in Tczew, built as the longest bridge in Europe in the mid-19th-century
Dar Pomorza in Gdynia
Seal Sanctuary in Hel

It is bordered by West Pomeranian Voivodeship to the west, Greater Poland and Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeships to the south, Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship to the east, and the Baltic Sea to the north.

Stargard

St. Mary's Church, a Gothic architecture masterpiece and Historic Monument of Poland
Stargard in the 17th century
Stalag II-D, 1939–1945
Polish Basketball League match between Spójnia Stargard and Anwil Włocławek in Stargard in 2019
Youth Culture Centre
District court
Sugar refinery in the Kluczewo district
Margaret, singer-songwriter

Stargard (1945: Starogród, 1950–2016: Stargard Szczeciński; formerly German: Stargard in Pommern, or Stargard an der Ihna; Stôrgard) is a city in northwestern Poland, located in the West Pomeranian Voivodeship.

Koszalin

City in northwestern Poland, in Western Pomerania.

Medieval city walls
Gothic Koszalin Cathedral
Coat of arms from ca. 1400–1800, showing the head of John the Baptist.
Monument to Polish insurgents from 1831 on Chełmska Hill
Coat of arms from 1800 to 1939
Main Post Office in Koszalin
The Victory Square with the statue of Józef Piłsudski and the former Koszalin Voivodeship Office in the background
A multi-purpose indoor arena HWS Koszalin
Koszalin University of Technology
Stanisław Dubois High School in Koszalin
Observation tower on Góra Chełmska
Koszalin Museum
The new building of the Koszalin Philharmonic
A historic villa on Zwycięstwa Street
Park of the Dukes of Pomerania (Park Książąt Pomorskich)
Memorial stone dedicated to Kazimierz Pułaski in the Amphitheater Park

Koszalin is also a county-status city and capital of Koszalin County of West Pomeranian Voivodeship since 1999.

Kołobrzeg

St John's Church, the remains of an early medieval settlement in modern Budzistowo
Fuse Tower, last remnant of the medieval fortification
Town hall. Karl Friedrich Schinkel originally planned the Neo-Gothic building in 1826 to replace the old town hall, destroyed during the siege of Kolberg (1807). The plans were altered and the final building was by Ernst Friedrich Zwirner 1829–1832.
Antoni Paweł Sułkowski, who led the Polish troops during the siege of 1807, is the namesake of a Kołobrzeg street today
Lapidarium to Jewish minority from the city murdered by Nazi Germany. Lapidarium raised by Polish authorities in Kołobrzeg in 2000. The inscription is in Polish, Hebrew, and German
Statue of the Nurse – a statue in memory of women who fought for the Polish state during the Second World War and in battle for Kołobrzeg, the woman is based on Ewelina Nowak who died in 1945 in the city while trying to save a wounded soldier
Millennium Memorial
Lighthouse in Kołobrzeg
Kołobrzeg eastern beach
The Port of Kołobrzeg
Pier by night
ORP Fala, a museum ship in Kołobrzeg
Kołobrzeg train station
Monument of Marcin Dunin, 19th-century primate of Poland, in Kołobrzeg
Egon Krenz, 1984
Kolberg between 1890 and 1905
80% of the city destroyed in 1945
Ratuszowy Square, Kołobrzeg in 2019

Kołobrzeg (Kòlbrzég; Kolberg, ), is a port city in the West Pomeranian Voivodeship in north-western Poland with about 47,000 inhabitants.

Greater Poland Voivodeship

Voivodeship, or province, in west-central Poland.

Historical coat of arms of the Greater Poland region
Soldiers during Greater Poland Uprising of 1918–19
Poznań is the capital of Greater Poland Voivodeship
Kalisz
Leszno
Konin
Ostrów Wielkopolski Co-Cathedral
Gniezno, with its cathedral, is the seat of the Catholic Primate of Poland.
The Barycz Valley Landscape Park
A modern coal-fired power plant in Pątnów
The A2 motorway traverses the voivodeship.
Lake Kociołek in Greater Poland National Park

It is bordered by seven other voivodeships: West Pomeranian to the northwest, Pomeranian to the north, Kuyavian-Pomeranian to the north-east, Łódź to the south-east, Opole to the south, Lower Silesian to the southwest and Lubusz to the west.

Lubusz Voivodeship

Voivodeship (province) in western Poland.

A2 autostrada with view towards west in the Voivodeship
Zielona Góra is the seat of the provincial assembly
Gorzów Wielkopolski is the seat of the voivodeship governor
Nowa Sól is part of historic Lower Silesia
Żagań
Świebodzin
The Muskau Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site
Drawa National Park
Potok Sucha, protected Nature and Landscape Complex in the Szprotawa Commune

Lubusz Voivodeship borders West Pomeranian Voivodeship to the north, Greater Poland Voivodeship to the east, Lower Silesian Voivodeship to the south, and Germany (Brandenburg and Saxony) to the west.

Świnoujście

City in Western Pomerania and seaport on the Baltic Sea and Szczecin Lagoon, located in the extreme north-west of Poland.

Świnoujście Lighthouse is Poland's tallest lighthouse, and one of the tallest in the world
The river mouth of Świna at the Baltic Sea, separating the islands of Usedom (in the background) and Wolin (in the foreground). The city's name translates as "Świnamouth" both in Polish and German, akin to Dartmouth or Plymouth in English
Świnoujście LNG terminal
Historic seaside-resort architecture in Świnoujście
Colourful historic tenement houses at Piłsudskiego Street
City center with the main post office
Świnoujście Rail and Water Transportation Map
Marina in Świnoujście
Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven
Jerzy Hausner

Since 1999, Świnoujście has been a city with powiat rights (miasto na prawach powiatu), within West Pomeranian Voivodeship.

Kamień Pomorski

Medieval town walls
Cathedral of St. John the Baptist
Piast Tower (now a museum)
Town hall (c. 1350)
Town hall (c. 1350)
Cathedral of St. John the Baptist
Bishop's palace
A post-war monument
Court building

Kamień Pomorski (Kamiéń; formerly Cammin or Kammin) is a town in the West Pomeranian Voivodeship of north-western Poland, on the Baltic coast.

Gryfino

Town in Pomerania, northwestern Poland, with 21,393 inhabitants (2017).

Bańska Gate
Town hall
Gryfino train station
A bridge on the Oder River in Gryfino
Medieval defensive walls

It is also the capital of Gryfino County in West Pomeranian Voivodeship (since 1999), previously in Szczecin Voivodeship (1975–1998).

Szczecin

The stone near Szczecin Cathedral commemorating the Kashubians (a Lehitic peoples), with an image of the Pomeranian Griffin
Szczecin Cathedral, built in the 14th century
Szczecin Castle, the seat of the dukes of the House of Griffin, which was founded by Duke Wartislaw I
View of the city with fortifications, 1581
The city's fortifications, as seen in 1642
Late 19th-century view of the city's riverfront
Sedina Monument (1899-1913) — Sedina was a personification of the city, symbolizing maritime trade and commerce
The city centre in 1945
View of the Old Town from the Oder river. Most of the medieval buildings in the city centre were completely destroyed during World War II. The Ducal Castle can be seen in the background
Monument to Polish Endeavor (Pomnik Czynu Polaków), dedicated to three Generations of Poles in Western Pomerania: the pre-war Poles in Szczecin, the Poles who rebuilt the city after World War II and the modern generation
Szczecin Shipyard workers' strike against the communist government authorities in Poland, August 1980
Façades in the rebuilt old town
Grumbkow's Palace
Szczecin's administrative divisions
Exposition centre "Przełomy" near the Old Town
Pasztecik szczeciński with clear borscht, a local fast food
Szczecin gingerbread
Stadium of Pogoń Szczecin during reconstruction (as of 2021)
Netto Arena
Athletics stadium
Former Niemierzyn tram depot – nowadays museum
Modern Solaris Urbino 18 buses
The S3 Expressway links Szczecin with its airport (at Goleniów) and Baltic ferry terminal (in Świnoujście), as well as with the major cities of Western Poland to the south – Gorzów Wielkopolski and Zielona Góra
Administration building of the Pomeranian Medical University
The monument of Jan Czekanowski, president of Polish Copernicus Society of Naturalists (1923–1924), at the General Władysław Anders Square
Catherine the Great was born in Szczecin
Chrobry Embankment
Szczecin City Hall
Red City Hall
The fountain of the White Eagle
Tower of the castle
The Feliks Nowowiejski Complex of Music Schools in Szczecin
Tenement house in Szczecin
Jagiellońska Street
Main Post Office building
Provincial Office building
Main police headquarters
Palace of the Pomeranian Land Owners
Joński Palace
The Old Art Gallery of Szczecin National Museum
State High School of Fine Arts

Szczecin (, , Stettin ; Latin: Sedinum or Stetinum ) is the capital and largest city of the West Pomeranian Voivodeship in northwestern Poland.