Inowroclaw

Inowrocław

(ēnôvrôts`läf), Ger. Hohensalza, city (1993 est. pop. 78,800), Kujawsko-Pomorskie prov., N central Poland. It is an important railway and industrial center where chemicals and bricks are produced. It is also a health resort, with saltwater springs. Rock salt is mined nearby. Chartered in 1267, Inowrocław passed to Prussia in 1772 and reverted to Poland in 1919.

Inowroclaw

 

a city in Poland, in Bydgoszcz Województwo, near the Noteć River. Population, 55,000 (1970). Railroad junction. There is a soda industry that uses local raw materials and a food industry. Agricultural machinery, automobile parts, and castings are also produced. Rock salt and gypsum are extracted near the city. Inowroclaw is a health resort with saltwater springs.

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Two persons were also injured when their car hit a fallen tree near the central town of Inowroclaw. --SPA 17:49 LOCAL TIME 14:49 GMT
The presented paper is a continuation of articles published in this journal before, where some geodynamical aspects of the Inowroclaw salt dome were discussed:
Dienes Polska, part of Dienes Group, has inaugurated its new building in Inowroclaw, Poland.
This particularly concerns the studied area being quite interesting geologically, where the city of Inowroclaw is located.
There are results obtained from two test fields (Wieliczka and Inowroclaw), where levelling observations were carried out periodically for several years.
The discussed conclusions were evaluated by three surveying campaigns carried out on the area of Inowroclaw. This is a particular area in mining and geological aspects.