Lublin is a city in eastern Poland, the administrative center of the Lublin Voivodeship. The area of the city is 147.5 km². Population - 339 784 inhabitants (2019).
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Location and natural conditions
The city is located on the northern outskirts of the Lublin Upland, at an altitude of 163-238 m above sea level. The valley of the Bystrzyca River (left tributary of the Vepsha River) divides the city into two parts with different landscapes. On the western coast is part of the Nałęczowski Plateau (Polish: Nałęczowski) with deep valleys and old loess gorges, while the landscapes of the eastern coast, formed by a part of the Szczydnicki Plateau (Polish Świdnicki) and the Gelczewska Upland (Polish Giełczewska), are less diverse.
In Lublin, two small rivers flow into Bystrzyca - Czerniejówka (Polish Czerniejówka) and Czechowka (Czechówka Polish). The fourth river flows through the city - Nędznica (Polish: Nędznica).