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Sobienie Kielczewskie Pierwsze

Sobienie Kielczewskie Pierwsze is a village in Otwock County, Gmina Sobienie-Jeziory.The population is near 200. In the village is Voivodship Road 801. It lies approximately 3 kilometres south-east of Sobienie-Jeziory, 23 km south of Otwock, and ...

Sobienie Murowane

Sobienie Murowane is the part of Sobienie Szlacheckie village, Gmina Sobienie-Jeziory. From 1975 to 1998 this place was in Siedlce Voivodeship. It lies approximately 21 km south of Otwock and 39 km south-east of Warsaw.

Sobienie Szlacheckie

Sobienie Szlacheckie is a village in Otwock County, Gmina Sobienie-Jeziory.The population is near 300. In the village is Voivodship Road 739. From 1975 to 1998 village was in Siedlce Voivodeship. It lies approximately 3 kilometres north-east of S ...

Sobienie-Jeziory

Sobienie-Jeziory is a village in Otwock County, Poland. As of 2000, the population was 700. From 1975 to 1998 the village was in Siedlce Voivodeship. It is the capital of a local gmina. It lies approximately 21 kilometres south of Otwock and 39 k ...

Sokolowka, Otwock County

Sokolowka is the part of Sobienie Biskupie village Gmina Sobienie-Jeziory. From 1975 to 1998 this place was in Siedlce Voivodeship. It lies approximately 3 kilometres north of Sobienie-Jeziory, 18 km south of Otwock, and 36 km south-east of Warsaw.

Stary Zambrzykow

Stary Zambrzykow is a village in Otwock County, Gmina Sobienie-Jeziory.The population is near 200. In the village is Voivodship Road 801. From 1975 to 1998 village was in Siedlce Voivodeship. It lies approximately 4 kilometres south-east of Sobie ...

Sulejowek

Sulejowek is a town in Poland, about 18 km east of Warsaw city centre and part of its metropolitan area. It is located in Masovian Voivodeship, in Minsk County. Its population numbers 19323. The town is well known in Poland as the place where Joz ...

Szymanowice Duze

Szymanowice Duze is a village in Otwock County, Gmina Sobienie-Jeziory. The population is near 200. From 1975 to 1998 this village was in Siedlce Voivodeship.

Szymanowice Male

Szymanowice Male is a village in Otwock County, Gmina Sobienie-Jeziory. The population is near 150. It lies approximately 7 kilometres south of Sobienie-Jeziory, 27 km south of Otwock, and 43 km south-east of Warsaw. From 1975 to 1998 this villag ...

Warka

Warka is a town in central Poland, located on the left bank of the Pilica river, with 11.035 inhabitants. It has been situated in Grojec County, in the Masovian Voivodeship, since 1999; previously it was in the Radom Voivodeship from 1975 to 1998 ...

Warszawice

Warszawice is a village in Gmina Sobienie-Jeziory, Otwock County, Masovian Voivodeship, Poland. The village covers an area of 5 km². The population was near 330. In the village is Voivodship Road 805, school and church. From 1975 to 1998 village ...

Warszowka, Masovian Voivodeship

Warszowka is a village in Otwock County, Gmina Sobienie-Jeziory. As of 2007, the population was 330. From 1975 to 1998, the village was in Siedlce Voivodeship. It lies approximately 8 kilometres north of Sobienie-Jeziory, 14 km south of Otwock, a ...

Wielkie Gory Warszewickie

Wielkie Gory Warszewickie is the part of Dziecinow village, Gmina Sobienie-Jeziory. From 1975 to 1998 this place was in Siedlce Voivodeship. It lies approximately 7 kilometres north of Sobienie-Jeziory, 14 km south of Otwock, and 33 km south-east ...

Wies Kochanka

Wies Kochanka is the part of Dziecinow village, Gmina Sobienie-Jeziory. From 1975 to 1998 this place was in Siedlce Voivodeship. It lies approximately 7 kilometres north of Sobienie-Jeziory, 15 km south of Otwock, and 33 km south-east of Warsaw.

Wysoczyn, Otwock County

Wysoczyn is a village in the Otwock County of Gmina Sobienie-Jeziory. The population is estimated to be around 650. From 1975 to 1998, the village was under Siedlce Voivodeship. It lies approximately 5 kilometres south-west of Sobienie-Jeziory, 2 ...

Zapole, Otwock County

Zapole is the part of Radwankow Szlachecki village, Gmina Sobienie-Jeziory. From 1975 to 1998 this place was in Siedlce Voivodeship. It lies approximately 3 kilometres north-west of Sobienie-Jeziory, 19 km south of Otwock, and 36 km south-east of ...

Zastarze

Zastarze is the part of Dziecinow village, Gmina Sobienie-Jeziory. From 1975 to 1998 this place was in Siedlce Voivodeship. It lies approximately 8 kilometres north-west of Sobienie-Jeziory, 14 km south of Otwock, and 31 km south-east of Warsaw.

Zuromin

Zuromin is a town in Poland, in Masovian Voivodeship, about 120 kilometres northwest of Warsaw. It is the capital of Zuromin County. Its population is 8.724.

Zuzanow

Zuzanow is a village in Otwock County, Gmina Sobienie-Jeziory, Poland. From 1975 to 1998 the village was in Siedlce Voivodeship. The population is around 80. It lies approximately 5 kilometres 3 mi east of Sobienie-Jeziory, 22 km 14 mi south of O ...

Byczyna

The town of Byczyna was first mention in 1054 when it temporarily served as the capital of the Bishopric of Wroclaw. Its name is of Polish origin. It was part of Poland and during its fragmentation period it was part of the duchies of Silesia, Gl ...

Fosowskie

Fosowskie, also called Wosowska between 1945 and 1948, is a district of the southern Polish town of Kolonowskie. Located at the Mala Panew river, Fosowskie was for most of its history a separate village. It quickly developed in the 19th century, ...

Korfantow

Korfantow, formerly known in Polish as Frylad, is a town in the Opole Voivodeship of southwestern Poland, with 1.808 inhabitants. In 1946 the town was renamed in honour of politician and activist Wojciech Korfanty, however, the previous name Fryl ...

Kozle

Kozle is a district of Kedzierzyn-Kozle, Poland and is at the junction of the Klodnica and Oder rivers, c. 50 km southeast of Opole. The district has a Roman Catholic church, a medieval chateau, remains of a 19th-century fortress and a high schoo ...

Krasne Pole, Glubczyce County

Krasne Pole is a village located in Poland, in the Opole Voivodeship, Glubczyce County and Gmina Glubczyce, near the border with the Czech Republic. It is approximately 16 kilometres south-west of Glubczyce and 64 km south of the regional capital ...

Krolowe

Krolowe is a village located in the Opole Voivodeship, Glubczyce County, Gmina Glubczyce. It lies approximately 7 kilometres north-east of Glubczyce and 47 km south of the regional capital Opole.

Lisiecice

Lisiecice is a village located in the Opole Voivodeship, Glubczyce County, Gmina Glubczyce. It lies approximately 8 kilometres north-east of Glubczyce and 46 km south of the regional capital Opole.

Niemodlin

Niemodlin is a town in Opole County, Opole Voivodeship, Poland, with 6.315 inhabitants. It was first mentioned as Nemodlin in a 1224 deed and received town privileges in 1283. Originally a part of the Duchy of Opole, after the death of Duke Bolko ...

Opawica, Poland

Opawica is a village located in Poland, in the Opole Voivodeship, Glubczyce County and Gmina Glubczyce, near the border with the Czech Republic.

Otmuchow

The city was mentioned for the first time as Otemochow in 1155. It was named in its Old Polish form Othmuchow in the 13th-century Book of Henrykow. The name Othmuchow was also listed in the Chronicles of the Kingdom of Poland written in the years ...

Ozimek

Ozimek dates back to an early modern settlement. It was named both Ozimek and Malapanew, with both names being of Polish origin. The former name is derived either from a local mill owner named Ozimek or from winter cereal rosliny ozime in Polish, ...

Pielgrzymow, Opole Voivodeship

Pielgrzymow is a village located in Poland, in the Opole Voivodeship, Glubczyce County, Gmina Glubczyce, near the border with the Czech Republic. It lies approximately 13 kilometres west of Glubczyce and 58 km south of the regional capital Opole.

Strzelce Opolskie

Strzelce Opolskie is a town in south-western Poland with 17.900 inhabitants, situated in the Opole Voivodeship. It is the capital of Strzelce County. Strzelce Opolskie is one of the biggest centers of German minority in Poland. The town is locate ...

Szczepanowice

Szczepanowice the name derives from a variant of the Polish given name, Stefan was first mentioned as a settlement in the first half of the 13th century - in 1254 as Sczepanowicz, and in 1278 as Sczepanowice. At the opening of the Third Silesian ...

Ujazd

Ujazd is a town in Strzelce County in the Opole Voivodeship in southern Poland. Population 1.647. The town lies on bank of the river Klodnica. Tourist attractions in the town include the Ujazd Castle formerly used by bishops of Wroclaw and two ch ...

Rzeszow Voivodeship

Rzeszow Voivodeship can refer to one of two political entities in Poland: Rzeszow Voivodeship 1 was a unit of administrative division and local government from 1975 to 1998, superseded by Podkarpackie Voivodeship. Major cities and towns included ...

Tarnica

Tarnica is a peak in the Bieszczady Mountains in southern Poland. Its height is 1.346 metres. It is one of the Polish Crown Peaks. The summit towers 500 metres above the Wolosatka Valley. It can be easily told apart from its neighbours by its dis ...

Tokarnia (mountain)

Takarnia is a peak in the Bukowica Range in southern Poland. Its height is 778 meters. The southern part is a steep rocky wall, while the other side consist of less steep rocky fields. The Bukowica Range separating the west Low Beskids from the e ...

Osiedle Centrum, Bialystok

In Bialystok–Centrum, points of interest include: Orthodox church of Marie Magdalene Ludwik Zamenhof Monument Former Masonic Lodge currently Podlasie Library Kosciuszko Square Rynek Kosciuszki with the Jozef Pilsudski Monument Town Hall at presen ...

Osiedle Jaroszowka, Bialystok

In 1945 in Pietrasze Forest which is located within the districts boundaries, an Internal Security Corps KWB firing range was established. At least one death sentence was publicly executed there, Mieczyslaw Kazmierski nicknamed "Hurricane", which ...

Knyszyn

Knyszyn is a town in north-eastern Poland, 26 kilometres northwest of Bialystok. It is situated in the Podlaskie Voivodeship, and was formerly in the Bialystok Voivodeship. It is located within the historic region of Podlachia.

Osiedle Antoniuk, Bialystok

Antoniuk is named after a man called Antoniuk from the nearby former village of Wysokie. The district is built on what was one of the two mill settlements in todays Bialystok, located on the Biala River. The dam damming the pond which no longer e ...

Osiedle Bacieczki, Bialystok

The first records about Bacieczki date back to the 16th century, they say that together with Fasty it belonged to the monastery in Suprasl. Information about the "wooden church in the Bacieczki farm" erected from the foundation of Prince Aleksand ...

Osiedle Bojary, Bialystok

Bojary is first mentioned on December 5, 1581. The then owner of the Bialystok estate, Piotr Wiesiolowski mentions the village under the name Milosze. This tiny settlement was located along todays Warszawska Street on its section from ul. Sienkie ...

Osiedle Sienkiewicza, Bialystok

Osiedle Sienkiewicza is one of the districts of the Polish city of Bialystok. It is one of the smaller districts in terms of the area but is relatively densely populated. The district lies directly north to the city centre on the right bank of th ...

Osiedle Starosielce, Bialystok

The history of Starosielce is closely related to the Iron Railway Repair Center established in 1872. The settlement developed quickly with people pulled to the area. The railway authorities willingly employed both newcomers from Russia who worked ...

Osiedle Wygoda, Bialystok

The post war period saw massive growth and construction as with the rest of Bialystok when the old wooden buildings give way to new buildings, a residential block housing was established at Wasilkowska Street and new industrial areas were also cr ...

Osiedle Piaski, Bialystok

Piaski first mentioned in a census from 1825 kept in Grodno archives as a sandy area with empty properties behind Supraska Gate. People moved to the area during the 19th century. In the second half of the 19th century, Jews were grouped on the so ...

Zabludow

Zabludow is a town in Bialystok County, Podlaskie Voivodeship, in north-eastern Poland. Prior to 1999 it was part of the Bialystok Voivodeship.

Biskupia Gorka

Biskupia Gorka is a part of the city of Gdansk in Poland. Historically, Biskupia Gorka had important strategic meaning, since it is a hill close to the main city. On July 4, 1946, eleven guards of the Stutthof concentration camp were publicly han ...

Brusy

Since the 19th century Brusy was an important center of the Kashub movement, although a fair amount of Kashubians from Brusy emigrated to Winona, Minnesota in the late 1900s. In 2007, the ninth Congress of Kashubians was held here, and in 2012, t ...