Siedlce, Gdańsk

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Siedlce [ˈɕɛdlt͡sɛ] (Kashubian: Szëdlëce, German: Schidlitz) is a district (dzielnica) of the city of Gdańsk, Poland, with 17,584 inhabitants (area 2.6 km²).

It includes the area around Kartuska Street, the main road out of Gdańsk towards Kartuzy). Recently,[when?] a new dual carriageway, Domestic Army Avenue, was built along the boundary between Siedlce & Chełm. This was built as a bypass to the single-carriageway Kartuska St. for intercity traffic.

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In Siedlce there is a Neo-Gothic Catholic church, which is the center of the Parish of St Francis of Assisi. It is situated on Ulica Struga. There are also two schools in Siedlce, both close to Kartuska Street.

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Coordinates: 54°20′49″N 18°37′02″E / 54.347081°N 18.617098°E / 54.347081; 18.617098