The Mazovia region covers an area of 35.6 thousand km2, what makes it the largest region in the country. At the same time, it is the most internally diverse region in Poland. It consists of: the Warsaw agglomeration with the largest city in the country – the Polish capital Warsaw, that plays not only a dominant socio-economic role, but is also a major transport hub – and then a part of the region that can be characterised by economic growth indicator below the national average.
For centuries Mazovia has been a central area and for four centuries – a seat for he capital of Poland. The most important events in Polish history are associated with Mazovia.
For more information about Mazovia and its history, visit the website: www.mazovia.pl