Wołomin County - Administrative Division

Administrative Division

The county is subdivided into 12 gminas (four urban, three urban-rural and five rural). These are listed in the following table, in descending order of population.

Gmina Type Area
Population
Seat
Gmina Wołomin urban-rural 59.5 49,509 Wołomin
Ząbki urban 11.1 24,422
Marki urban 26.0 23,376
Gmina Radzymin urban-rural 130.9 19,129 Radzymin
Gmina Tłuszcz urban-rural 102.8 18,510 Tłuszcz
Kobyłka urban 20.1 17,897
Zielonka urban 79.2 17,180
Gmina Klembów rural 85.8 8,907 Klembów
Gmina Jadów rural 116.9 7,715 Jadów
Gmina Dąbrówka rural 109.1 6,921 Dąbrówka
Gmina Poświętne rural 106.3 5,849 Poświętne
Gmina Strachówka rural 107.7 3,029 Strachówka

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