Queiggey Podlasie

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Queiggey Podlasie

Województwo podlaskie
—  Queiggey  —

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Co-ordnaidyn: 53°07′N 23°10′E / 53.117°N 23.167°E / 53.117; 23.167Co-ordnaidyn: 53°07′N 23°10′E / 53.117°N 23.167°E / 53.117; 23.167
Çheer Flag of Poland.svg Y Pholynn
Preeu-valley Białystok
Reiltys
 - Kiannoort (Wojewoda) Maciej Żywno
Eaghtyr
 - Yn clane 20,187.02 km² (7,794.3 mi ker)
Earroo yn phobble (2010)
 - Yn clane 1,188,329
 - Glooaght y phobble 59/km² (152.8/mi ker)
Cryss hraa CET (UTC+1)
 - Sourey (TTSL) CEST (UTC+2)
Recortyssey carbyd B
Ynnyd-eggey www.bialystok.uw.gov.pl

She queiggey ayns shiar hwoaie yn Pholynn eh Queiggey Podlasie (Polynnish: województwo podlaskie, focklit magh myr [vɔjɛˈvut​͡sfɔ pɔdˈlaskʲɛ]). T'eh çhemmit liorish Queiggey Mazowsze 'sy neear, liorish Queiggey Warmia-Mazury 'sy neear hwoaie, liorish Queiggey Lublin 'sy jiass, liorish Queiggaghyn Hrodna as Brest y Velaroosh 'sy niar, liorish Coondaeghyn Alytus as Marijampolė y Litaan 'sy niar hwoaie, as liorish Queiggey Kaliningrad y Roosh 'sy twoaie. She Białystok y preeu-valley. V'eh currit er bun er 1 Jerrey Geuree 1999 ass Queiggaghyn Białystok as Łomża as y chooid hiar jeh Queiggey Suwałki.

Caayryn as baljyn[reagh]

Ta 40 caayryn as baljyn 'sy wheiggey. Shoh heese rolley ny caayryn as ny baljyn t'ayn rere earroo yn phobble (rere earroyn oikoil y vlein 2006[1] ):

  1. Białystok (295,210)
  2. Suwałki (69,234)
  3. Łomża (63,572)
  4. Augustów (30,054)
  5. Bielsk Podlaski (26,876)
  6. Zambrów (22,700)
  7. Grajewo (22,651)
  8. Hajnówka (22,072)
  9. Sokółka (18,888)
  10. Łapy (16,583)
  11. Siemiatycze (15,169)
  12. Kolno (10,751)
  13. Mońki (10,455)
  1. Czarna Białostocka (9,596)
  2. Wysokie Mazowieckie (9,257)
  3. Wasilków (8,967)
  4. Dąbrowa Białostocka (6,147)
  5. Sejny (5,934)
  6. Choroszcz (5,416)
  7. Ciechanowiec (4,898)
  8. Supraśl (4,578)
  9. Brańsk (3,794)
  10. Szczuczyn (3,564)
  11. Michałowo (3,343)
  12. Knyszyn (2,835)
  13. Krynki (2,709)
  14. Czyżew (2,670)
  1. Lipsk (2,498)
  2. Stawiski (2,442)
  3. Zabłudów (2,400)
  4. Szepietowo (c. 2,400)
  5. Suchowola (2,243)
  6. Drohiczyn (2,086)
  7. Nowogród (2,014)
  8. Goniądz (1,910)
  9. Jedwabne (1,901)
  10. Tykocin (1,893)
  11. Rajgród (1,673)
  12. Kleszczele (1,432)
  13. Suraż (982)

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