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   |name= Little Poland
  name= Little Poland|
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   |link= Little-Poland
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   number=425|
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   capital= Krakow|
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   country= Poland|
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   |country= Poland
   flag= Flag-Poland.jpg|
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   |number= 425
   coatofarms=Coat-Little Poland.jpg |
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   |coatofarms= Coat-Little Poland.jpg
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   |map= Region-Little Poland.png
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   |capital= Krakow
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   |population= 638{{Decrease}}
   hospital_quality=2| <!-- Only change this value if required. DO NOT REMOVE! -->
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   |language= Polish
  defense_system_quality=1|
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   |movingzone= A3
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  grain= |<!-- For all of Productivity, Values 'm' for medium or 'h' for high, leave blank for low -->
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   language= Polish, Swedish, English|
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  population= 6793|
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[[File:krakow.jpg|thumb|right|Royal Castle]]
 
[[File:krakow.jpg|thumb|right|Royal Castle]]
 
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{{RegionIntro|Poland|capital=Krakow}}
'''Little Poland''' is region of [[Poland]].  Its capital is '''Krakow'''.
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The region was taken over by [[Germany]] during the [[Germany-Poland War]] and then again by [[Sweden]] in the [[Second Sweden-Germany War]].  It was recovered from Sweden in the [[Polish Independence War]].
 
The region was taken over by [[Germany]] during the [[Germany-Poland War]] and then again by [[Sweden]] in the [[Second Sweden-Germany War]].  It was recovered from Sweden in the [[Polish Independence War]].
  
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== Neighbors ==
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{{Neighbors|Brestskaya|Central Slovakia|Eastern Slovakia|Galicia and Lodomeria|Great Poland|Mazovia|Silesia|Subcarpathia|Volhynia}}
  
==Location==
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== Resource ==
{{Neighbors|Brestskaya|Central Slovakia|Eastern Slovakia|Galicia and Lodomeria|Great Poland|Mazovia|Silesia|Subcarpathia|Volhynia}}
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[[File:Icon - Granite.png]] [[Granite]]
  
==Construction==
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==V1 constructions==
The region has a Q5 [[Hospital]] and a Q4 defense system.
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The region had a Q5 [[Hospital]] and a Q4 defense system.
  
 
*[[File:Icon - Hospital.jpg]] {{Q|5}}
 
*[[File:Icon - Hospital.jpg]] {{Q|5}}
 
*[[File:Icon - Defense System.jpg]] {{Q|4}}
 
*[[File:Icon - Defense System.jpg]] {{Q|4}}
  
==Resources==
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{{Constructions|DS 1=5|Hospital 2=5|Hospital 3=5}}
[[File:Icon - Wood.jpg]] Medium
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==Mayors==
 
==Mayors==
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==Constructions==
 
{{Constructions|DS 1=5|Hospital 2=5|Hospital 3=5}}
 
 
 
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Revision as of 07:27, 15 April 2015

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Little Poland

Icon-Poland.png Poland

Flag of the owner  Coat of Arms of Little Poland
Map of the region
Society
Capital Krakow
Language Polish
Moving zone A3
Productivity
Royal Castle

Little Poland is a region in Poland and its capital is Krakow.

The region was taken over by Germany during the Germany-Poland War and then again by Sweden in the Second Sweden-Germany War. It was recovered from Sweden in the Polish Independence War.

Neighbors

Little Poland is neighbored by following regions:

Resource

Icon - Granite.png Granite

V1 constructions

The region had a Q5 Hospital and a Q4 defense system.

  • Icon - Hospital.jpg Q5
  • Icon - Defense System.jpg Q4

Template:Constructions

Mayors

The following table lists the mayors of the region in chronological order.

Date Term Started Mayor Party
21 August 2008 Manedhel Polish Secessionist Front
21 September 2008 BuzzY Polish Secessionist Front