Szczecin

Szczecin, is a maritime port city and the capital of in . The city has a population of over 400,000, with almost 780,000 living in its metro area.

Notable Places in the Area

Theatre
, officially Mieczysław Karłowicz Philharmonic, founded in 1948, is a philharmonic of the city of Szczecin, Poland. Photo: Kapitel, CC0.

Museum
The National Museum in Szczecin is a museum in Szczecin, , established on 1 August 1945. Photo: Geodotka, CC BY 3.0.

Stadium
im. Floriana Krygiera is a multi-use stadium in Szczecin, . Photo: Kapitel, Public domain.

Tourist attraction
Photo: A.Savin, FAL.

Localities in the Area

Suburb
is a municipal neighbourhood of the city of Szczecin, , situated on the left bank of , in . Photo: Wikimedia, GFDL.

Neighborhood
is a part of the city of Szczecin, situated on the left bank of Oder river, north-west of the Szczecin Old Town and Middle Town.

Suburb
is a municipal neighbourhood of the city of Szczecin, situated on the left bank of Oder river, west of the , and . Photo: Kapitel, Public domain.

Szczecin

Latitude
53.4302° or 53° 25' 48.7" north
Longitude
14.551° or 14° 33' 3.5" east
Open Location Code
9F5PCHJ2+39
Population
402,000
IATA airport code
SZZ
United Nations Location Code
PL SZZ
Elevation
149 metres (489 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 26553042
Geo­Names ID
3083829
Let's improve OpenStreetMap together.

Also Known As

  • Afrikaans: Szczecin
  • Albanian: Stetini
  • Albanian: Szczecin
  • Amharic: ሽጨቺን
  • Arabic: Szczecin
  • Arabic: شتتين
  • Arabic: شتشين
  • Armenian: Շեցին
  • Armenian: Շչեճին
  • Armenian: Շչեցին
  • Asturian: Szczecin
  • Azerbaijani: Şetsin
  • Azerbaijani: Şçeçin
  • Basque: Szczecin
  • Belarusian: Штэтын
  • Belarusian: Штэцін
  • Belarusian: Шчэцін
  • Bengali: স্টাজিন
  • Bosnian: Szczecin
  • Breton: Szczecin
  • Bulgarian: Шчечин
  • Catalan: Stettin
  • Catalan: Szczecin
  • Cebuano: Szczecin
  • Chechen: Щецин
  • Chinese: 41 – 斯塞新
  • Chinese: Szczecin
  • Chinese: 什切青
  • Chinese: 斯塞新
  • Chinese: 舒車前
  • Crimean Tatar: Şçetsin
  • Croatian: Szczecin
  • Czech: Štětín
  • Danish: Stettin
  • Dimli (individual language): Szczecin
  • Dutch: Szczecin
  • Egyptian Arabic: شتتين
  • English: Stettin
  • Erzya: Щецин ош
  • Esperanto: Szczecin
  • Esperanto: Ŝtetino
  • Estonian: Szczecin
  • Faroese: Stettin
  • Faroese: Szczecin
  • Finnish: Stettin
  • Finnish: Szczecin
  • French: Stettin
  • French: Szczecin
  • French: Sztetëno
  • Galician: Szczecin
  • Georgian: შჩეცინი
  • German: Stettin
  • German: Szczecin
  • Greek: Στσέτσιν
  • Gujarati: શ્ટેચિન
  • Hakka Chinese: Sṳ̍p-chhiet-chhiâng
  • Hausa: Szczecin
  • Hebrew: שצ'צ'ין
  • Hindi: श्टेटीन
  • Hungarian: Szczecin
  • Icelandic: Szczecin
  • Iloko: Szczecin
  • Indonesian: Szczecin
  • Irish: Szczecin
  • Italian: Stettino
  • Italian: Szczecin
  • Japanese: シュチェチン
  • Japanese: シュテチン
  • Javanese: Szczecin
  • Kalaallisut: Szczecin
  • Kannada: ಶ್ಚೆಟ್ಸಿನ್
  • Kannada: ಸ್ಟೆಟ್ಟಿನ್
  • Kashubian: Szczecëno
  • Kashubian: Szczëtno
  • Kazakh: Щецин
  • Korean: 슈체친
  • Lao: Szczecin
  • Latin: Stettinum
  • Latvian: Ščecina
  • Limburgan: Stettin
  • Lithuanian: Ščecinas
  • Lombard: Stetin
  • Low German: Stettin
  • Lower Sorbian: Szczecin
  • Luxembourgish: Stettin
  • Luxembourgish: Szczecin
  • Macedo-Romanian: Szczecin
  • Macedonian: Шчеќин
  • Malay: Szczecin
  • Maltese: Szczecin
  • Manx: Szczecin
  • Marathi: श्टेचिन
  • Min Nan Chinese: Szczecin
  • Moksha: Щечин
  • Mongolian: Шчецин
  • Narom: Estettin
  • Nauru: Szczecin
  • Northern Frisian: Stettin
  • Norwegian: Szczecin
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Stettin
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Szczecin
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Szczecin
  • Occitan (post 1500): Szczecin
  • Old English (ca. 450-1100): Stettin
  • Ossetian: Щецин
  • Persian: شچچین
  • Polish: Szczecin
  • Portuguese: Estetino
  • Pushto: شچچین
  • Pushto: شچېچېن
  • Quechua: Szczecin
  • Romanian: Szczecin
  • Russian: Штеттин
  • Russian: Щецин
  • Rusyn: Щецин
  • Sardinian: Szczecin
  • Saterfriesisch: Szczecin
  • Scots: Szczecin
  • Scottish Gaelic: Szczecin
  • Serbian: Шчећин
  • Serbian: Шћећин
  • Serbo-Croatian: Szczecin
  • Serbo-Croatian: Шчећин
  • Silesian: Sztetin
  • Sinhala: සෙසින්
  • Slovak: Štetín
  • Slovenian: Szczecin
  • South Azerbaijani: شچچین
  • Spanish: Stettin
  • Spanish: Szczecin
  • Swahili: Szczecin
  • Swedish: Stettin
  • Swedish: Szczecin
  • Swiss German: Stettin
  • Tagalog: Szczecin
  • Tamil: ஸ்செசின்
  • Tatar: Щецин
  • Telugu: స్జేచిన్
  • Tetum: Szczecin
  • Thai: ชแชชิน
  • Thai: ชแชตชิน
  • Tok Pisin: Szczecin
  • Tosk Albanian: Stettin
  • Turkish: Szczecin
  • Udmurt: Шӵечин
  • Uighur: Shchétsin
  • Ukrainian: Щецин
  • Ukrainian: Щецін
  • Upper Sorbian: Stettin
  • Upper Sorbian: Szczecin
  • Upper Sorbian: Šćećin
  • Urdu: شٹیچین
  • Uzbek: Shchetsin
  • Venetian: Stetin
  • Veps: Ščecin
  • Vietnamese: Szczecin
  • Volapük: Szczecin
  • Waray (Philippines): Szczecin
  • Welsh: Szczecin
  • Western Frisian: Stettin
  • Western Panjabi: ششیچن
  • Western Panjabi: شچیسن
  • Wu Chinese: 什切青
  • Yiddish: שטעטין
  • Yue Chinese: 舒車前

Other Places Named Szczecin

In the Area

Localities

Landmarks

Popular Destinations in Zachodniopomorskie

Tourists don't know where they've been, travelers don't know where they're going.  

Escape to a Random Place

SwitzerlandCalifornia, United States
BalkansLesser Antilles
About Mapcarta. Thanks to Mapbox for providing amazing maps. Data © OpenStreetMap contributors and available under the Open Database License. Text is available under the CC BY-SA 4.0 license, excluding photos, directions and the map. Based on the page Szczecin. See this page's contributions. Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY-SA 3.0.