Lower Silesian Voivodeship - Cities and Towns

Cities and Towns

The voivodeship contains 91 cities and towns. These are listed below in descending order of population (according to official figures for 2006 ):

  1. Wrocław (635,280)
  2. Wałbrzych (125,773)
  3. Legnica (105,485)
  4. Jelenia Góra (86,663)
  5. Lubin (76,595)
  6. Głogów (68,954)
  7. Świdnica (60,354)
  8. Bolesławiec (40,837)
  9. Oleśnica (36,951)
  10. Dzierżoniów (34,678)
  11. Zgorzelec (32,925)
  12. Bielawa (31,219)
  13. Oława (30,908)
  14. Kłodzko (28,249)
  15. Jawor (24,347)
  16. Nowa Ruda (24,261)
  17. Świebodzice (23,126)
  18. Polkowice (22,279)
  19. Lubań (22,137)
  20. Kamienna Góra (21,440)
  21. Bogatynia (19,068)
  22. Strzegom (16,782)
  23. Boguszów-Gorce (16,687)
  24. Złotoryja (16,503)
  25. Ząbkowice Śląskie (16,242)
  26. Jelcz-Laskowice (15,196)
  27. Chojnów (14,389)
  28. Brzeg Dolny (12,786)
  29. Góra (12,574)
  30. Wołów (12,286)
  31. Strzelin (12,192)
  1. Trzebnica (12,180)
  2. Milicz (12,004)
  3. Kowary (11,824)
  4. Syców (10,712)
  5. Bystrzyca Kłodzka (10,638)
  6. Kudowa-Zdrój (10,204)
  7. Lwówek Śląski (9,687)
  8. Pieszyce (9,490)
  9. Ziębice (9,234)
  10. Środa Śląska (8,800)
  11. Oborniki Śląskie (8,426)
  12. Chocianów (8,215)
  13. Gryfów Śląski (7,128)
  14. Szklarska Poręba (7,094)
  15. Głuszyca (6,999)
  16. Żarów (6,902)
  17. Polanica-Zdrój (6,900)
  18. Twardogóra (6,866)
  19. Sobótka (6,780)
  20. Piława Górna (6,779)
  21. Żmigród (6,573)
  22. Przemków (6,551)
  23. Lubawka (6,529)
  24. Piechowice (6,494)
  25. Stronie Śląskie (6,246)
  26. Lądek-Zdrój (6,181)
  27. Ścinawa (5,934)
  28. Pieńsk (5,799)
  29. Szczawno-Zdrój (5,506)
  30. Kąty Wrocławskie (5,418)
  31. Bolków (5,380)
  1. Jaworzyna Śląska (5,240)
  2. Szczytna (5,234)
  3. Jedlina-Zdrój (5,116)
  4. Duszniki-Zdrój (5,113)
  5. Bierutów (5,066)
  6. Karpacz (5,063)
  7. Olszyna (4,786)
  8. Leśna (4,752)
  9. Świeradów-Zdrój (4,554)
  10. Mieroszów (4,515)
  11. Zawidów (4,412)
  12. Mirsk (4,136)
  13. Nowogrodziec (4,055)
  14. Wojcieszów (3,940)
  15. Siechnice (3,851)
  16. Prochowice (3,702)
  17. Niemcza (3,121)
  18. Węgliniec (3,072)
  19. Złoty Stok (2,930)
  20. Bardo (2,860)
  21. Wąsosz (2,828)
  22. Międzylesie (2,776)
  23. Radków (2,460)
  24. Świerzawa (2,439)
  25. Międzybórz (2,356)
  26. Wiązów (2,230)
  27. Prusice (2,203)
  28. Wleń (1,884)
  29. Lubomierz (1,818)

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