Lubin, is a town in Lower Silesian Voivodeship in south-western Poland. From 1975–1998 it belonged to the former Legnica Voivodeship. Lubin is the administrative seat of Lubin County, and also of the rural district called Gmina Lubin, although it is not part of the territory of the latter, as the town forms a separate urban gmina. As of the 2009 census, the town had a total population of 74,552.
Lubin is a surname, and may refer to:
- Arthur Lubin (1898-1995), film producer of Abbott and Costello comedies
- Barry Lubin
- Dan Lubin
- David Lubin
- Frank Lubin
- Germaine Lubin
- Gilson Lubin
- Harry Lubin, American composer and arranger
- Jonathan Lubin, mathematician
- Joseph Lubin (accountant)
- Joseph Lubin (entrepreneur)
- Saint Lubin, also known as Leobinus
- Siegmund Lubin (1851-1923), motion picture pioneer and founder of Lubin Film Studios
- Simon J. Lubin (1876-1936), American businessman and political activist.
- Steven Lubin
- Thierry Lubin
Lubin is a city in Lower Silesian Voivodeship, south-west Poland.
Lubin may also refer to:
Łubin is a Polish name for Lupinus, a genus of flowering plants. As such, it is also the name of two villages:
- Łubin Rudołty
- Łubin Kościelny