Category:Polish Uplanders (West Galicia)

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Pogórzanie (Polish Uplanders) are a distinctive subethnic group of Poles that mostly live in the Central Beskidian Range of the Podkarpacie highlands. The Pogorzans inhabited the central and the southern half of the Beskids in Poland, including the Ciężkowickie, Strzyżowskie and Dynowskie Plateau as well as Jasło-Sanok Pits, from the White River (Biała) in the west to the San River in the east. They represent the major population groups inhabiting the Subcarpathian Voivodeship. These are mainly Polish people with a number of German people. However, groups of German people became polonized.


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