Gmina Głusk

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Gmina Głusk
Głusk Commune
Gmina
Flag of Gmina Głusk
Flag
Coat of arms of Gmina Głusk
Coat of arms
Coordinates (Wilczopole): 51°10′N 22°39′E / 51.167°N 22.650°E / 51.167; 22.650
Country  Poland
Voivodeship Lublin
County Lublin County
Seat Głusk, Lublin
Area
 • Total 64 km2 (25 sq mi)
Population (2013[1])
 • Total 9,633
 • Density 150/km2 (390/sq mi)
Website http://www.glusk.eurzad.eu/

Gmina Głusk is a rural gmina (administrative district) in Lublin County, Lublin Voivodeship, in eastern Poland. It takes its name from Głusk – this was formerly a village, but in 1988 was incorporated into the city of Lublin, and is therefore no longer a part of the territory of Gmina Głusk, although it still serves as its administrative seat. The gmina lies to the south-east of the regional capital Lublin. It covers an area of 64 square kilometres (24.7 sq mi), and as of 2006 its total population is 7,372 (9,633 in 2013).

Villages[edit]

Gmina Głusk contains the villages and settlements of Abramowice Prywatne, Ćmiłów, Dominów, Głuszczyzna, Kalinówka, Kazimierzówka, Kliny, Majdan Mętowski, Mętów, Nowiny, Prawiedniki, Prawiedniki-Kolonia, Wilczopole, Wilczopole-Kolonia, Wólka Abramowicka and Żabia Wola.

Neighbouring gminas[edit]

Gmina Głusk is bordered by the towns of Lublin and Świdnik, and by the gminas of Jabłonna, Mełgiew, Niedrzwica Duża, Piaski and Strzyżewice.

References[edit]

Coordinates: 51°10′N 22°39′E / 51.167°N 22.650°E / 51.167; 22.650