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  2. Słupsk - Wikipediałupsk

    Słupsk ( Polish: [swupsk] i; Kashubian: Stôłpsk [stɞwpsk]; formerly German: Stolp [ʃtɔlp]; also known by several alternative names) is a city with powiat rights located on the Słupia River in the Pomeranian Voivodeship in northern Poland, in the historical region of Pomerania or more specifically in its part known in contemporary Poland as Centr...

  3. Słupsk, German Stolp, city, Pomorskie województwo (province), northern Poland. It lies along the Słupia River, 11 miles (18 km) from the Baltic coast. A manufacturing centre producing mainly furniture for export, it is situated on the Gdynia-Szczecin railway line. The Museum of Middle Pomerania is a notable cultural institution.

  4. THE 15 BEST Things to Do in Slupsk - 2023 (with Photos ...

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  5. Best Places to Visit in Slupsk, Poland (2023) - Tripadvisor

    Slupsk Slupsk Tourism: Best of Slupsk Sponsored by Trainline Experience the best of Europe by rail From romantic Paris to historic Rome, vibrant London to scenic Edinburgh and dreamy Barcelona, Europe’s full of iconic spots and hidden gems waiting to be discovered. Learn More Essential Slupsk Do

  6. A provincial capital of Central Pomerania (a region in the north Poland), Slupsk is picturesquely situated on both banks of the river Slupia. It has been the capital of Slupsk County in the Pomeranian Voivodship since 1999, and earlier was the capital of the voivodship. Slupsk covers an area of 43 km2 and has a population of 102,000.

  7. Słupsk - Wikiwandłupsk

    Słupsk had its origins as a Pomeranian settlement in the early Middle Ages. In 1265 it was given town rights. By the 14th century, the town had become a centre of local administration and trade and a Hanseatic League associate. Between 1368 and 1478 it was a residence of the Dukes of Słupsk, until 1474 vassals of the Kingdom of Poland.

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