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coalfield in Jelenia Góra województwo (province), southwestern Poland, at the border of Poland with the Czech Republic and Germany. The Turoszów Coal Basin has an area of 52 square miles (135 square km), making it the largest lignite deposit in Lower Silesia; it is twice as large as the deposit at Legnica. The Turoszów brown-coal basin has been extensively mined and has produced…

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