Komorniki

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Komorniki
Village
Komorniki is located in Poland
Komorniki
Komorniki
Coordinates: 52°20′10″N 16°48′25″E / 52.33611°N 16.80694°E / 52.33611; 16.80694Coordinates: 52°20′10″N 16°48′25″E / 52.33611°N 16.80694°E / 52.33611; 16.80694
Country Poland
Voivodeship Greater Poland
County Poznań County
Gmina Komorniki
Established 12th century
Government
 • Wójt Jan Broda
Population (2013) 20,000
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Postal code 62-052
Area code(s) +48 61
Car Plates POZ
Website http://www.komorniki.pl

Komorniki [kɔmɔrˈniki] is a village in Poland, located in Greater Poland Voivodeship, Poznań County, Gmina Komorniki (Poznań metropolitan area), with approximately 5,500 inhabitants. The gmina (municipality) of Komorniki, including the village of Komorniki and 10 other villages, has about 18,325 inhabitants and is an agricultural and industrial region. (See Gmina Komorniki.) The village lies on the A2 Highway and National Road number 5 from Poznań to Wrocław, about 7 kilometres (4 mi) from the city of Poznań. Komorniki adjoins Poznań, Luboń, Plewiska, and the Wielkopolska National Park.

The village is famous for its Komorniki Festival of Organ and Chamber Music.

The Polish Baroque Orchestra society has its registered office in Komorniki.

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