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Lat: 52° 13' 48" N
Long: 21° 00' 39" E
(in Polish Warszawa,
in German Warschau, in Franch Varsovie)
is the capital and largest city of Poland,
the 10th largest city of Europe
and the xxth largest city of the World.
The city is located on the Vistula River around 370 km
south of the Baltic Sea
and 370km north of the Carpathian mountains.
Warsaw is divided into 18 boroughs.
The name Warsaw comes from name of a 12th century nobleman called "Warsz"
who owned a village at the todays site of the area of Warsaw-Mariensztat.
Warsaw was founded in the 12th century.
In the 13th centry Warsaw was incorporated as a city.
Phone Book of Warsaw:
Directory Yellow Pages and White Pages
Pages Jaunes et Pages Blanches Varsovie
Paginas Amarillas y Paginas Blancas Varsovia
Gelbe Seiten und Telefonbuch Warschau
Pagine Gialle e Pagine Bianche Varsavia