With 35,579 km2, the largest and most populated of the 16 provinces in Poland is Masovian Voivodeship (województwo mazowieckie), located in the east-central part of Poland and created in 1999. It is considered the nation’s development centre in terms of research, science, industry, infrastructure and education. It is also a popular holiday destination, due to the variety of historical monuments, forests and parks. Check out the weather conditions on the live cameras.
Population: 5 million inhabitants
Capital: Warsaw (the voivodeship’s and country’s capital)
Other major cities: Płock, Łomża, Pruszków, Legionowo, Ostrołęka, Skierniewice, Otwock, Piaseczno, Ciechanów, Żyrardów
Main attractions: Lazienki - Royal Residence Park; Old Town; Warsaw Uprising Museum; POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews; Castle Square; Krakowskie Przedmiescie; Museum of King Jan III's Palace at Wilanow; Monument to the Warsaw Uprising Fighters; Palace of Culture and Science; Warsaw Barbican; Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
Nearest Airports: Warsaw Chopin Airport (WAW — Lotnisko Chopina w Warszawie); Warsaw Modlin Airport (WMI — Port Lotniczy Warszawa/Modlin).