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Polabians are a Slavic people historically dwelling in the basin of the Elbe and on the Baltic coast of Germany. They became germanized during the late middle ages. Germans and Franks referred to them as Wends, as they generally did to Western Slavs. The term Polabian is Slavic and refers to their position along the river Elbe (Czech Labe)


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Polabian Slavs - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (304 words)
Map of the Polabian areas populated by Slavs in 1125.
Polabian Slavs is a collective term applied to a number of Slavic tribes living along the Elbe, between the Baltic Sea to the north, Solau to the west and Sudetes to the south.
However, both Lusatian languages are spoken by approximately 100,000 inhabitants of the region and the languages are regarded by the government of Germany as official languages of the region.
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