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Gniezno Voivodeship

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Gniezno Voivodeship

Gniezno Voivodeship
Palatinatus Gnesnensis
Województwo gnieźnieńskie
Voivodeship of Poland¹
Kalisz Voivodeship
1768–1793

Coat of arms of Gniezno

Coat of arms

Location of Gniezno
Gniezno Voivodeship in
the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth in 1768.
Capital Gniezno
History
 •  Partitioned from
   Kalisz Voivodeship
1768
 •  Split off
   Netze District
1772
 •  Annexed by Prussia 25 September 1793
Area 7,660 km2 (2,958 sq mi)
Political subdivisions Counties: 3
¹ Voivodeship of the Kingdom of Poland in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. Voivodeship of Grand Duchy of Lithuania before 1569.

Gniezno Voivodeship (Polish: Województwo Gnieźnieńskie, Latin: Palatinatus Gnesnensis) was a unit of administrative division and local government in Poland for a short time from 1768, when it was cut from the Kalisz Voivodeship, to the Second Partition of Poland in 1793. It was part of Greater Polish prowincja.

Greater Poland general governor (Starosta Generalny) seat:

Voivodeship governor (wojewoda) seat:

General council (Sejmik Generalny) for the Greater Poland seat:

Administrative division:

Neighbouring Voivodeships:


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