Masovian Governorate

The Masovia Governorate[a] was a governorate of Congress Poland, from 1837 to 1944, with its located in Warsaw.[1][2]

Masovian Governorate
Governorate of the Congress Poland
1837–1844
CapitalWarsaw
History
History 
• Establishment
7 March 1837
• Incorporation into the Warsaw Governorate
31 December 1844
Contained within
 • Country Congress Poland
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Masovian Voivodeship
Warsaw Governorate

HistoryEdit

It was established on 7 March 1937, replacing the Masovian Voivodeship,[1] and existed until 31 December 1844, when it was merged with the Kalisz Governorate, forming the Warsaw Governorate on 1 January 1845.[2]

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Polish: Gubernia mazowiecka; Russian: Мазовская Губерния

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b Juliusz Bardach, Monika Senkowska-Gluck (editors): Historia państwa i prawa Polski, vol. 3. Warsaw: PWN, 1981, p. 354. ISBN 83-01-02658-8.
  2. ^ a b Geographical Dictionary of the Kingdom of Poland, vol. 18. Warsaw, 1893. p. 96.

Coordinates: 52°20′54″N 21°06′10″E / 52.34833°N 21.10278°E / 52.34833; 21.10278