Bydgoszcz Voivodeship


Bydgoszcz Voivodeship

Bydgoszcz Voivodeship ( _pl. województwo bydgoskie) was a unit of administrative division and local government in Poland in the years 1975–1998, superseded by Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship.
Capital city: Bydgoszcz
Area:
Statistics (1 January 1992):
Population: inhabitants
Population density: inhabitants/sq.km
Administrative division: communes
Number of cities and towns (urban communes):
Major cities and towns (population 1995):
* Bydgoszcz (385,800)
* Inowrocław (79,400)
* Chojnice (39,800)
* Świecie (27,000)
* Naklo nad Notecia (20,100)
* Mogilno (13,000)

Bydgoszcz Voivodeship 1946-1975

Bydgoszcz Voivodeship 1946-1975 was a unit of administrative division and local government in Poland in the years 1946–1975. Initially called the Pomeranian Voivodeship, it was created from the southern part of the pre-war Pomeranian Voivodeship and superseded by the voivodeships of Bydgoszcz, Toruń and Włocławek.
Capital city: Bydgoszcz
Area: ?
Population: ?
Urban population: ?
Population density: ?List of counties in 1946:
English county name, Polish county name, capital city
* Bydgoszcz City, miasto Bydgoszcz
* Toruń City, miasto Toruń
* Brodnica County, powiat brodnicki, Brodnica
* Bydgoszcz County, powiat bydgoski, Bydgoszcz
* Chełmno County, powiat chełmiński, Chełmno
* Chojnice County, powiat chojnicki, Chojnice
* Grudziądz County, powiat grudziądzki, Grudziądz
* Inowrocław County, powiat inowroclawski, Inowrocław
* Lipno County, powiat lipnowski/lipieński?, Lipno
* Lubawa County, powiat lubawski, Lubawa
* Nieszawa County, powiat nieszawski, Nieszawa
* Rypin County, powiat rypiński, Rypin
* Sepolno County, powiat sępoleński, Sepolno Krajenskie
* Świecie County, powiat świecki, Świecie
* Szubin County, powiat szubiński, Szubin
* Toruń County, powiat toruński, Toruń
* Tuchola County, powiat tucholski, Tuchola
* Wąbrzeźno County, powiat wąbrzeski, Wąbrzeźno
* Włocławek County, powiat włocławski, Włocławek
* Wyrzysk County, powiat wyrzyski, WyrzyskNew counties established 1946–1975:
* Mogilno County, powiat mogileński, Mogilno, transferred from Poznań Voivodeship
* Żnin County, powiat żniński, Żnin, transferred from Poznań Voivodeship
* Inowrocław City, miasto Inowrocław, previously part of Inowrocław County
* Włocławek City, miasto Włoclawek, previously part of Włoclawek County
* Aleksandrów County, powiat aleksandrowski, Aleksandrów Kujawski, previously part of Nieszawa County
* Radziejów County, powiat radziejowski, Radziejów, previously part of Aleksandrów County
* Golub-Dobrzyń County, powiat golubsko-dobrzyński, Golub-Dobrzyń County, previously part of Rypin CountyAbolished counties:
* Lubawa County, powiat lubawski, Lubawa, transferred to Olsztyn Voivodeship
* Nieszawa County, powiat nieszawski, Nieszawa, renamed Aleksandrów CountySee also: Voivodeships of Poland


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