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Industrial region

Industrial region or industrial area refers to a region with extremely dense industry. It is usually heavily urbanized.

Brazil

  • ABCD Region, sometimes called ABC (ABC paulista or Região do Grande ABC in Portuguese) is an industrial region made up of seven municipalities with the greater metropolitan area of São Paulo, Brazil.

India

Japan

Korea

Poland

  • Białystok Industrial Region
  • Bielsko Industrial Region
  • Bydgoszcz-Toruń Industrial Region
  • Carpathian Industrial Region
  • Central Industrial Region
  • Częstochowa Industrial Region
  • Gdańsk Industrial Region
  • Upper Silesian Industrial Region
  • Jaworzno-Chrzanów Industrial Region
  • Kalisz-Ostrów Industrial Region
  • Kraków Industrial Region
  • Legnica-Głogów Copper Area
  • Lublin Industrial Region
  • Łódź Industrial Region
  • Olsztyn Industrial Region
  • Opole Industrial Region
  • Piotrków-Bełchatów Industrial Region
  • Poznań Industrial Region
  • Rybnik Coal Area
  • Old-Polish Industrial Region
  • Sudeten Industrial Region
  • Szczecin Industrial Region
  • Tarnobrzeg Industrial Region
  • Tarnów-Rzeszów Industrial Region
  • Warsaw Industrial Region
  • Wrocław Industrial Region
  • Zielona Góra-Żary Industrial Region

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