Targówek is a district
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 in Warsaw
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, Poland
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 located in the northern part of the city.

It is divided into two parts: residential and industrial. About 30% of the district's area is covered by municipal parks, such as Lasek Bródnowski, Park Bródnowski and Park Wiecha in the eastern part of the district. Between 1994 and 2002 Targówek was independent municipality.

Targówek borders with Praga Północ from west, with Białołęka from north, with Rembertów
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, Ząbki
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 and Marki
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 from east and with Praga Południe from south.
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