Ludwin Gmina Page
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4H1. Ludwin

The Gmina of Ludwin
The gmina has a population of 5000 and covers an area of 120 sq.km. There are 4 large lakes, the Piaseczno, Lukcze, Rogozno and Zaglebocze. The primary agricultural products are potatoes and strawberries. The gmina consists of gently undulating land with many woods and forests. The gmina is divided in half by the Wieprz-Krzna irrigation canal.
GMINA OFFICE: Urzad Gmina, 21-075 Ludwin, woj. Lubelskie.
GMINA E-MAIL: ludwin@gminy.bmb.pl
GMINA WEBSITE: http://www.gminy.bmb.pl/ludwin

Czarny Las
Some houses and farmsteads on a lane in an area of ponds, small woods, wetlands and some arable land. To the south east is a large lake (Usciewirz) and a smaller one to the southwest (Bikcze)
Dąbrowa (Dabrowa)
Some houses and farmsteads on a straight country road on the west side of minor highway 820. The land is slightly undulating, arable on the south side and meadows to the north. At the western edge of the village is the Wierpz-Krzna irrigation canal - dug in the 1960/70's. On the other side of the highway is a small wood.
Dratów (Dratow)
A large village strung out along a country road on the east side of the large Dratow lake. To the east the land is flat and arable.
CHURCH: Russian Orthodox
CEMETERY: Russian Orthodox
Dratow, from across the meadows.
G. Uciekajka
A single building on the southern edge of a large mixed wood.
Garbów (Garbow)
A few scattered farmsteads on the west side of Jeziora Piaseczno, a medium sized lake. The land is open, flat and arable.
Godziembów II (Godziembow II)
A scattering of farmsteads in an area of relatively flat arable land, with a series of small to medium woods to the southeast.
Grądy (Grady)
Many farmsteads strung out along 2 intersecting country lanes in an area of slightly undulating open arable land. A stream flows parallel to one of the lanes, on the northern side of the settlement, in a slight depression. There is a large area of meadows on the southwestern edge of the settlement area. There are a series of small to medium woods to the east of the settlement.
Jagodno
A scattering of farmsteads in an area of generally open, relatively flat arable land. On the north side of the settlement area is a series of clumps of trees and wetlands, with a few ponds. About 1km to the south are two large lakes, Piaseczno and Bikcze.
Jelino
Half a dozen farmsteads in an area of wetland meadows, with several ponds scattered over the settlement area. There are also a couple of small woods in the settlement area.
Kaniwola
A village of houses strung out along a country lanes. the land is relatively flat, open and arable. The land to the east has many wet areas, and there is a large lake - the Nadrybie. 1km to the northwest of the village is a small forest, Las Brzeziczny. There is a manor house here.
Kobyłki (Kobylki)
A small scattering of farmsteads in an area of almost flat, open arable land. To the northeast and northwest are some woods.
Kocia Góra (Kocia Gora)
A scattering of farmsteads over an area of slightly undulating, open arable land. To the north there is an area of wetlands, while to the east and west there are some small woods.
Kol. Dąbrowa (Kol. Dabrowa)
Some farmsteads on a country lane, on the opposite bank of the canal from Dabrowa itself. From the 2 maps, it is difficult to tell this settlement from Kol. Dratow II. The land is relatively flat and arable, with a small wood to the north and a larger one to the south.
Kol. Dratów (Kol. Dratow)
A small village on a 'Z' bend on a country road. The land is open and arable, and descends slowly to the northwest to what is probably the upper reaches of the Tysmienica river. Just to the west of the village is a wood.
Kol. Dratów II (Kol Dratow II)
See Kol Dabrowa.
Kol. Szczecin
Some farmsteads strung out along a country lane, or possibly even just a track, on the southern edge of a very large open, flat piece of arable land. To the south of the settlement is meadows.
Kol. Zielone
Some farmsteads strung out along minor highway 820 in a cleared area of what was once a large forest.
Krzczen
A scattering of farmsteads across an area of open, relatively flat meadows on the southwestern side of lake Krasno-Krzczen. There are several streams flowing across the meadows, and to the south is a wood. 
Ludwin
A village at the junction of a country road with minor highway 820. The land is relatively flat, open and arable, with some meadows on the southeastern side. There are several streams flowing past the village on the eastern and northern sides.
CHURCH: Parafia rzymskokatolicka Matki Bożej Częstochowsjiej, Ludwin, pow. Łęczna, woj. Lubelskie
Ludwin Kol.
A scattering of farmsteads, mainly along side 2 intersecting country lanes, in an area of almost flat, open arable land. On the southern edge of the settlement area is a wood.
Łukcze (Lukcze)
This is really quite a new community on the edge of a lake of the same name. There are a few farms but mainly it is a series of lakeside holiday resorts and many holiday homes, all on small plots and surrounded by forest. It is still very rural. 
Nowa Wieś Dratów (Nowa Wies Dratow)
A string of farmsteads along a track that marks the eastern boundary of a large tract of almost flat, open arable land. Just to the north there is a wood.
Ostrówek (Ostrowek)
about 3 farmsteads on the eastern side of a large lake, the Bikcze, with an even larger lake, the Usciewirz, about 1km to the west. This settlement is on relatively dry arable land, but the land around the lakes tends to be a mixture of wetlands and meadows.
Piaseczno
A village of houses and farmsteads, the houses at the eastern end and the farmsteads more at the western end, strung out along a country road. The land is slightly undulating, open and arable, with a series of small woods on the northern edge, and a small forest about 1.5km to the south.
Rogóżno (Rogozno)
A small village on minor highway 820 in an area of mainly forests. There is a lake on the eastern side of the lake (Rogozno), and another (Lukcze) about 1km to the north. This is a popular place for poles to come for holidays and there are many chalets and areas for camping. On the northeastern corner of the settlement area is a large clearing in a forest with about 11 farmsteads. 
CHURCH: no data
Rozpłucie I (Rozplucie I)
A scattering of farmsteads just north of to large lakes, the Piaseczno and Bikcze. The land is a mixture of arable, meadow and wetland, and there are many ponds scattered around.
CEMETERY: no data
Rozpłucie II (Rozplucie II)
A scattering of farmsteads in an area of small woods, arable land, wetland. There are also a few scattered ponds.
Stary Radzic
A scattering of farmsteads in an area of undulating arable land with woods on the edges of the settlement area in most directions.
Uciekajka
As series of houses and farmsteads along a straight country lane in a large cleared area in a forest. The land is relatively flat an arable. In the forest, 1km to the northwest is a lake. The western end of the settlement area is meadows.
Zaglebocze
A small village on a country lane in a small area of relatively flat, open arable land. Just to the north is a large lake, the Zaglebocze, while in other directions there are many small woods.
Zezulin I
A village on minor highway 820, with many outlying farmsteads spread over the surrounding, relatively flat, open arable land. Just to the northwest is a grassy gully with a stream running through it.
CHURCH: no data
CHAPEL: no data
Zezulin II
Almost 6km to the northeast of Zezulin I, this is a scattering of a dozen or so farmsteads, mainly along a country lane in an area of slightly undulating open arable land. There is a small wood on the northeast side of the settlement, and to the northwest is a large area of meadows.
Zezulin Niższy (Zezulin Nizszy)
Strings of farmsteads along some parallel country roads in an area of slightly undulating, open arable land. To the north and west there are some wetland woods.
 

Postal/Zip Codes for Ludwin Gmina
Dąbrowa (Dabrowa) 
Dratów (Dratow) 
Dratów Kol. (Dratow Kol.) 
Grądy (Grady) 
Kaniwola 
Kocia Góra (Kocia Gora) 
Ludwin 
Ludwin Kol. 
Piaseczno 
Rogóżno (Rogozno) 
Rozpłucie I (Rozplucie I) 
Stary Radzic 
Zezulin I 
Zezulin Niższy (Zezulin Nizszy)
21-114 
21-114 
21-114 
21-114 
21-113 
21-114 
21-114 
21-114 
21-113 
21-113 
21-113 
21-114 
21-114 
21-114

Map of the Gmina of Ludwin



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