Polish Pomerania (Pomorze) covers much of the northwestern portion of the country, including a large portion of the country`s Baltic Sea coastline. Pomerania has a few large cities, but for the most part it is a very rural place, characterized by lakes, farms, valleys, fields, forests, and small villages and towns. Many of Poland`s oldest cities and towns, such as Szczecin and Torun, are located here. The area thrived as a key player in the Hanseatic League trading group during the Middle Ages, and in recent history Pomerania was the birthplace of the Solidarity movement, which eventually brought democracy to Poland after four decades of Communist rule. Polish Pomerania is divided into three parts: the West Pomeranian Voivodeship, the northwesternmost voivodeship in the country, with Szczecin as its capital city; the Pomeranian Voivodeship directly to the east, home to such noteworthy destinations as the island resort of Rügen and the `tri-cities` of Gdansk, Sopot, and Gdynia; and to the south of the Pomeranian Voivodeship, there is Kuyavia-Pomerania, which has two capital cities, Bydgoszcz and Torun.
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