The main goal of the author is to present the deglomeration, seen as a process of transfer- ring seats of central state organs from the capital to other cities, as well as analysing con- stitutional possibilities of its implementing. As an introduction and explanation of the topic definition problems are presented, along with implementing the deglomeration’s ideas in modern states, including contemporary Republic of Poland, and the pros and cons of the process. Deglomeration still is not a well-known and well-described by the constitutional law doctrine institution. Thus, the article is to be an introduction to the constitutional aspects of deglomeration, especially its relation to such rules as the uni- tarity, decentralization of power and the norm recognizing Warsaw as the state capital. Finally, the author’s goal is to answer the question: is amending the constitution neces- sary to go a step further with deglomeration process, which means transferring the most important organs’ seats from the capital elsewhere. In conclusion, although the Consti- tution itself does not prevent from deglomeration’s progress, certain law changes have to be made in order to establish criteria for cities in which the beforementioned organs would be placed.