Radom is the second-largest city in that gets little tourist traffic. The city was a centre of light industry, but is now battling high unemployment and eyeing a transition to a knowledge-based economy.


  • Location: , , ,
  • Population: 220,000
  • IATA airport code: RDO
  • United Nations Location Code: PL RDM
  • Latitude: 51° 24' 9.1" (51.4025°) north
  • Longitude: 21° 8' 49.7" (21.1471°) east
  • Elevation: 159 meters (522 feet)
  • Wikidata: Radom
  • Wikimedia Commons: Radom

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Other Names for Radom

Arabic: رادوم, Armenian: Ռադոմ, Belarusian: Горад Радам, Bulgarian: Радом, Chinese: 拉多姆, French: Radom, Georgian: რადომი, German: Radom, Greek: Ράντομ, Hakka Chinese: Là-tô-mê, Hebrew: ראדום, Italian: Radom, Japanese: ラドム, Korean: 라돔, Latvian: Radoma, Lithuanian: Radomas, Persian: رادوم, Portuguese: Radom, Russian: Радом, Serbian: Радом, Silesian: Radům, Spanish: Radom, Tatar: Радом, Thai: ราดอม, Ukrainian: Радом, Yiddish: ראדעם

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