Capital city of Warsaw (1919–39)

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Location
52°13'59"N
021°01'00"E
Country
 Poland
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The Capital City of Warsaw, simply known as Warsaw, was an independent city of Warsaw, that functioned as the voivodeship of Poland, from 1919 to 1939. In 1931, it had a population of 1 171 898, and the area of 123 km². It was an enclave surrounded by the Warsaw Voivodeship.

Administration subdivisions

It was divided into 4 counties. These were: South Warsaw County (area 50 km², pop. 307 100), North Warsaw County (area 31 km², pop. 478 200), Warsaw Praga County (area 43 km², pop. 176 100), Warsaw Śródmieście County (area 10 km², pop. 218 100).

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