|Unofficial flag of Polskitown|
|Country||Kingdom of the Archipelago of Adianterras|
|Status||District of Siddingham Borough|
|Region||Adjan & Dekker|
Polskitown (pronounced POL-SKEE-TOWN) is a nickname for the part of the Adjan borough of Siddingham which is home to a community with a large population of ethnic Poles. It is also home to many Polish shops, butchers, etc. The community is perhaps most famous for the Polskitown Music Acadamy (Polish: Akademia Muzyczna Polskitown) which has tought many talented young musicians including Jan Zachód and Złupić Poranki, famous for piano and trumpet.
According to the 2013 Census, 67,000 people live in Polskitown, 7% of which are unemployed. 20% of the inhabitants are children or teens, and 10% are over the age of 70. The population rose by 17% between 2007 and 2013.