Silesia is a historical region in Central Europe.
Historical territories of Silesia include:
- Silesia, split between the Czech Republic, Germany, and Poland
- Lower Silesia, split between Germany and Poland
- Upper Silesia, split between the Czech Republic and Poland
- Czech Silesia, in the Czech Republic
- Austrian Silesia, in the former Austrian Empire and Kingdom of Bohemia
- Cieszyn Silesia, split between the Czech Republic and Poland
- Middle Silesia, in Poland
Administrative units of Silesia include:
- Province of Silesia, former Prussian province (1740–1919; 1938–1941)
- Duchy of Upper and Lower Silesia (Austrian Silesia), former Austrian kronland (1742–1919)
- Silesian Voivodeship (1920–1939) in Second Polish Republic
- Silesian Voivodeship (1945–1950) in People's Republic of Poland
- Lower Silesian Upper Lusatia, former Saxon district (1994–2008)
- Lower Silesian Voivodeship, in Poland (1999–)
- Silesian Voivodeship, in Poland (1999–)
- Opole Voivodeship, in Poland (1999–)
- Lubusz Voivodeship, in Poland (1999–)
- Moravian-Silesian Region, in the Czech Republic (2000–)
- Evangelical Church of Silesia, former Protestant united regional church body in Germany (1947–2004)
- Silesian Evangelical Church of Augsburg Confession, a Lutheran regional church body in the Czech Republic
Silesia may also refer to a cotton twill fabric that is often used for linings or flat covered buttons in tailoring.
See also 
- Silesian (disambiguation)
- Upper Silesian Metropolitan Union
- Dukes of Silesia
- SMS Schlesien, a German battleship that served in both World Wars
- Silesian Confederacy, a fictional nation in David Weber's science fiction Honorverse
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