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Provincial town: Poltava Area (sq miles): 19,089 Population: 1,783,000 Population density: 93.4 people per square mile Towns: 15 Trade note: Internal trade is rather significant. Climate note: temperate
There is a medicinal garden in the city of Lubny.
Five versts from Poltava is located a Swedish grave where one thousand five hundred Russian soldiers are buried.