Silesian Lowlands

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Silesian Lowlands

Silesian Lowlands (or Silesian Plains, Polish: Nizina Śląska, Czech: Slezská nížina, German: Schlesische Niederung, Schlesische Tiefebene, Schlesische Bucht or Oderebene) are lowlands located in Silesia, Poland in Central Europe. A small part is located in the Czech Republic. It is part of the Central European Plain. Silesian Lowlands is a physical-geographical macroregion. It is the warmest region in Poland.

Physical-geographical mesoregions of Silesian Lowlands[edit]

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Population figures as of 2018

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