Żary is a town in western Poland with 39,900 inhabitants, situated in the Lubusz Voivodeship since 1999. Previously it was located within Zielona Góra Voivodeship. It is the administrative seat of the Gmina Żary, though the town is not part of the gmina commune.
Żary is located in the east of the historic Lower Lusatia region, in the borderland with the Silesian lowlands and Greater Poland, roughly outlined by the Bóbr and Oder rivers. The city is one of the biggest economic and tourist centers in the southern Lubuskie region and the largest town in the Polish part of Lusatia, therefore also referred as its unofficial capital. The city, whose history dates back more than 1000 years, features many historic sites.
Coordinates 51°38'18.658" N 15°8'32.095" E