Place:Gdański, Gdańsk, Poland

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NameGdański
Alt namesGdańsk Countysource: Wikipedia
TypePowiat
Located inGdańsk, Poland     ( - 1998)
Also located inPomorze, Poland     (1999 - )
Contained Places
Inhabited place
Einlage ( 1945 - )
Fürstenau ( 1945 - )
Hochzeit ( 1945 - )
Klein Mausdorf ( 1945 - )
Krebsfelde ( 1945 - )
Ladekopp ( 1945 - )
Lakendorf ( 1945 - )
Neudorf ( 1945 - )
Neukirch ( 1945 - )
Neulanghorst ( 1945 - )
Neunhuben ( 1945 - )
Petershagen ( 1945 - )
Quadendorf ( 1945 - )
Rosenort ( 1945 - )
Schönhorst ( 1945 - )
Tiegenhof ( 1945 - )
Walldorf ( 1945 - )
Wotzlaff ( 1945 - )
Zeyersvorderkampen ( 1945 - )


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Gdańsk County is a unit of territorial administration and local government (powiat) in Pomeranian Voivodeship, northern Poland. It came into being on January 1, 1999, as a result of the Polish local government reforms passed in 1998. It includes areas to the east and south of the city of Gdańsk, from which the county takes its name, although the city is not part of its territory. The county seat and only town in Gdańsk County is Pruszcz Gdański, which lies south of central Gdańsk.

The county covers an area of . As of 2006 its total population is 85,566, out of which the population of Pruszcz Gdański is 23,986 and the rural population is 61,580.



Gdańsk County on a map of the counties of Pomeranian Voivodeship

Gdańsk County is bordered by the city of Gdańsk to the north, Nowy Dwór Gdański County to the east, Malbork County to the south-east, Tczew County and Starogard County to the south, and Kościerzyna County and Kartuzy County to the west.

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