Stargard


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Stargard

 

(also Stargard Szczeciñski), a city in Poland, in Szczecin Województwo; situated on the Ina River. Population, 49,900 (1974). A transportation junction, Stargard has railroad workshops and enterprises of the food-processing and garment industries.

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