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  2. Włocławek - Wikipediałocławek

    Włocławek ( Polish pronunciation: [vwɔt͡sˈwavɛk] ( listen); German: Leslau) is a city located in central Poland along the Vistula (Wisła) River and is bordered by the Gostynin-Włocławek Landscape Park. As of December 2021, the population of the city is 106,928. [1]

  3. Włocławek | Poland | Britannica

    Włocławek, city, Kujawsko-Pomorskie województwo (province), north-central Poland, on the Vistula River. Włocławek was the seat of the Kujavian bishops during the 11th century, becoming one of the earliest developed towns in Wielkopolska (Great Poland); it was incorporated in 1256. The astronomer Copernicus studied there between 1489 and 1491.

  4. MICHELIN Włocławek map - ViaMichelin

    Map of Włocławek Add to favourites Monthly Report Driving and bad weather Our tips for safe driving in bad weather Winter tyres or 4-season tyres? How to choose your tyres? Here are our tips for making the right choice Renting a car, an attractive proposition for the holidays Renting a car Renting a car can be financially advantageous.

  5. Włocławek in central Poland and Europe has many historical moments, museums, nature parks and clubs. Let read information for tourists and visit Włocławek! Here is near to make a trip to Warsaw, Gdańsk, Toruń, Bydgoszcz, Poznań or Łódź. Wloclawek TOURISM

  6. Włocławek Located in Włocławek in the Kujawsko-Pomorskie region and Train Station reachable within 31 miles, Dom Gościnny Zawiśle has accommodations with free WiFi, BBQ facilities, a terrace and free private... It was very simple to check in. Location is close to the town. It was pretty quiet. Nice view. Show more 9.4 Wonderful 417 reviews

  7. Włocławek County - Wikipediałocławek_County

    Włocławek County ( Polish: powiat włocławski) is a unit of territorial administration and local government ( powiat) in Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship, north-central Poland. It came into being on January 1, 1999, as a result of the Polish local government reforms passed in 1998.

  8. YIVO | Włocławekłocławek

    Włocławek was occupied by the Germans in September 1939. In October of that year, synagogues were burned, Jewish property looted, and local Jewish leaders shot. From December 1939 to February 1940, approximately 2,000 people were deported to Ożarów, Włoszczowa, Szczebrzeszyn, and Tarnów. About 4,000 Jews remained in Włocławek.

  9. Włocławek Reservoir - Wikipediałocławek_Reservoir

    Włocławek Reservoir is a water body in the Middle Vistula flow that appeared in 1970 after building of the dam in Włocławek. The length of the reservoir is 58 km from Włocławek to Płock, average width is 1.2 km. It is the biggest reservoir in Poland. Due to the significant amount of organic matter in the tank, it emits approx. 400 mg of methane per area of 1 m2. For this reason, is considered an important source of greenhouse gases emission.

  10. Roman Catholic Diocese of Włocławek - Wikipediałocławek

    The Roman Catholic Diocese of Włocławek ( Latin: Vladislavien (sis) ), until the 20th century known as the Roman Catholic Diocese of Kujawy, is a suffragan diocese of the Latin Rite of the Roman Catholic Church in the Ecclesiastical province of the Metropolitan Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Gniezno in western Poland .

  11. KK Włocławek - Wikipediałocławek

    Klub Koszykówki Włocławek (in English: Basketball Club Włocławek), or known for sponsorship reasons as Anwil Włocławek, is a Polish professional basketball club, based in Włocławek, Poland. The team plays in the Polish Basketball League (PLK) and internationally in the FIBA Europe Cup. Their home arena is Hala Mistrzów .