Lublin Voivodeship - Cities and Towns

Cities and Towns

The voivodeship contains 42 cities and towns. These are listed below in descending order of population (according to official figures for 2006:

  1. Lublin (354,272)
  2. Chełm (67,989)
  3. Zamość (66,613)
  4. Biała Podlaska (58,010)
  5. Puławy (49,839)
  6. Świdnik (40,037)
  7. Kraśnik (36,072)
  8. Łuków (30,564)
  9. Biłgoraj (27,225)
  10. Lubartów (22,950)
  11. Łęczna (21,689)
  12. Tomaszów Lubelski (20,118)
  13. Krasnystaw (19,434)
  14. Hrubieszów (18,617)
  1. Dęblin (17,933)
  2. Międzyrzec Podlaski (17,162)
  3. Radzyń Podlaski (16,133)
  4. Włodawa (13,630)
  5. Janów Lubelski (11,938)
  6. Parczew (10,281)
  7. Poniatowa (9,911)
  8. Ryki (9,716)
  9. Opole Lubelskie (8,832)
  10. Bełżyce (7,054)
  11. Terespol (5,969)
  12. Szczebrzeszyn (5,299)
  13. Bychawa (5,285)
  14. Rejowiec Fabryczny (4,533)
  1. Nałęczów (4,243)
  2. Kazimierz Dolny (3,572)
  3. Kock (3,478)
  4. Tarnogród (3,372)
  5. Zwierzyniec (3,344)
  6. Krasnobród (3,047)
  7. Stoczek Łukowski (2,719)
  8. Annopol (2,690)
  9. Piaski (2,626)
  10. Józefów (2,450)
  11. Łaszczów (c. 2,300)
  12. Ostrów Lubelski (2,245)
  13. Tyszowce (2,242)
  14. Frampol (1,415)

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