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Published by Państwowy Instytut Naukowy-Instytut Ślęski w Opolu in Łódź, Opole .
Written in English


  • Regionalism -- Europe, Eastern.,
  • Regionalism -- Europe, Central.,
  • Borderlands -- Europe, Eastern.,
  • Borderlands -- Europe, Central.,
  • Borderlands -- European Union countries.

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Edition Notes

Other titlesBorderlands and integration processes
Statementedited by Marek Koter and Marek Sobczyński.
SeriesRegion and regionalism -- no. 7, vol. 1
ContributionsKoter, Marek., Sobczyński, Marek., Uniwersytet Łódzki. Dept. of Political Geography and Regional Studies., Państwowy Instytut Naukowy-Instytut Śląski w Opolu., Silesian Institute Society (Poland)
LC ClassificationsJN96.A38 .R4369 2005
The Physical Object
Pagination229 p. :
Number of Pages229
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16649209M
ISBN 108371261985
LC Control Number2006384590

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