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English: A map showing a different division of Polish dialects into four branches: the Lesser Polish, Greater Polish, Masovian, and the Mixed dialects group. Kashubian and Silesian are treated as separate languages.

Polski: Zasięgi dialektów polskich wg S. Urbańczyka (zmodyfikowane), na podstawie

Date 20 October 2010
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    Polish language (język polski, polszczyzna) is a Lechitic language of the West Slavic language...

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