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Kraków Voivodeship (1945–1975)

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Kraków Voivodeship
Voivodeship of the Republic of Poland, and the Polish People's Republic
1946–1975
POL województwo krakowskie 1950.svg

The Kraków Voivodeship within Poland in 1950.
CapitalKraków
Area 
• 1974
15,355 km2 (5,929 sq mi)
Population 
• 1946
2 133 389
• 1974
2 213 000
History
History 
• Established
28 June 1946
• Disestablished
31 May 1975
Contained within
 • Country Republic of Poland (1946–1947)
Polish People's Republic (1947–1975)
Preceded by
Succeeded by
General Government
Province of Upper Silesia
Kraków Metropolitan Voivodeship
Nowy Sącz Voivodeship
Tarnów Voivodeship
Biała Voivodeship
Katowice Voivodeship
Kielce Voivodeships

The Kraków Voivodeship[a] was a voivodeship (province) with capital in Kraków, that was located in the southern Lesser Poland. It existed from 1945 to 1975. Until 19 February 1947, it was part of the Republic of Poland, which then was replaced by the Polish People's Republic. It was established on 28 June 1945, from the occupied territories of the Kraków District, General Government, and the Province of Upper Silesia, Germany.[1] In 1957, the city of Kraków separated from the voivodeship, forming a separate administrative division. It ceased to exist on 31 May 1975, when it was partitioned into then-established Kraków Metropolitan, Nowy Sącz, Tarnów, Biała, Katowice, and Kielce Voivodeships.[2]

Subdivisions

1945–1973

1973–1975

Awards

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Citations

Notes

  1. ^ Polish: Województwo krakowskie

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