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8. Niedźwiada (Niedzwiada)
The Gmina of Niedzwiada
Niedzwiada has a population of 6700 and covers an area of 96 sq.km.
It is situated on the Lubartow plain, which is the eastern part of Small
Mazowie and the Great Valleys Region. The gmina is bordered in the west
by the Wieprz river, the south by the Struga river, and in the east by
the Piskornica river. 77% of the gmina is arable farmland and 16% is forested.
75% of the arable land is ploughed, the remaining 25% is mainly meadows.
The majority of the population is concerned with agriculture; with grain,
potatoes, tobacco and soft fruit being the main crops. the meadows are
used mainly for cattle and pigs. The average farm has 4.4 hectares of land.
Until just before Easter 2000, the gmina was bisected by the Lublin-Lukow
railway, which has now been closed due to insufficient traffic.
Niedzwiada was part of, and the seat of government, of the Tarlo region
until 1954. During the first world war, there were battles here between
the Russia and Austria. The cemetery for these battles are located in the
woods between Niedzwiada and Tarlo.
Some of the settlements have changed their names over the centuries,
sometimes the new names were related to the old ones and sometimes new
names were given.
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A village along two close and parallel lanes with a few outlying farmsteads.
The land is undulating and arable and there is a stream on the south side
of the village. There is a large wood about 1.5km to the east of the main
part of the village.
Brzeźnica Bychawska (Brzeznica Bychawska)
The earliest signs of settlement in the gmina occur here, and date
from around 1700-2000BC. The earliest written record of this village comes
from 1442 (called just Brzeźnica, at the time). This is a large village
built on several roads, with a small river running through the middle.
the land is undulating and arable, with meadows to the east of the village.
: Parafia rzymskokatolicka Matki Bożej Królewej Aniołów,
Brzeźnica Bychawska, pow. Lubartów, woj. Lubelskie. This is the parish
church of Brzeznica Bychawska parafia, Lubartow dekanat.
Brzeźnica Bychawa Kol. (Brzeznica Bychawa Kol.)
Some buildings and farmsteads along the country road from Brzeznica
Bychawa to Niedzwiada, plus some more farmsteads along a lane to the south.
the land is undulating and arable, and there is a defunct railway dividing
this village from Brzeznica Bychawa itself.
Brzeźnica Kśiażęca (Brzeznica Ksiazeca)
A ribbon development village following the course of the Piskornica
river, on its eastern bank. the land is undulating and arable, but there
are wetlands on the other side of the river.
: Parafia rzymskokatolicka, Brzeźnica Książęca 69, Brzeźnica
Książęca, pow. Lubartów, woj. Lubelskie. This is the parish church of Brzeznica
Ksiazeca parafia, Lubartow dekanat. The church is actually located in Brzeznica
Ksiazeca Kol., 500m south of the main part of the village.
Brzeźnica Książęca Kol. (Brzeznica Ksiazeca Kol.)
A small scattering of farmsteads either side of a country road just
west of the Piskornica river. There is a small group of buildings and a
church at the centre of this hamlet. The land is undulating and arable,
with an area of meadows on the south side of the village. There is a medium
sized coniferous wood to the west of the hamlet. Brzeznica Ksianeca itself
is 1km to the north.
Brzeźnica Leśna (Brzeznica Lesna)
This has the form of a ribbon development along a country lane heading
northeast to Antoniowka in Ostrowek gmina. The north part consists of houses
and other buildings, whilst the southern half is a series of farmsteads.
The land is undulating and arable, with some meadows. It is located 3km
north of Niedzwiada, on the west side of highway 815.
Górka Lubartowska (Gorka Lubartowska)
A compact and large village with many small streets. It is built on
the edge of the meadows of the Wieprz river valley bottom, quite close
to the river. There is a narrow and long lake to the north of the village
and a small wood on the southeastern side. The river at this point has
high and steep sides and meanders in a series of horseshoe shapes.
Rzymskokatolicka. This is part of Tarlo parafia, Lubartow
A ribbon development of houses along the country road north out of
Niedzwiada. This road joins highway 815 at the north end of the village.
There is a ford at the north end of the village. The village starts at
the northern borders of Niedzwiada.
A ribbon development of buildings along a country road. The land is
undulating and arable, with an area of meadows and a wetland wood on the
northern side of the village. There is also a medium sized wood to the
south of the village, at a distance of 1km. Brzeznica Ksianeca is 1.5km
to the east, across the Piskornica river.
A small gathering of buildings and farmsteads in an area of well drained
meadows. There is the southern tip of a large forest 1km to the north,
and a small wetland wood to the south of the village. Karczunek I is 1.5km
to the south.
Some buildings on a country lane leaving highway 815 to the east, just
north of the junction with highway 821. The land is undulating and arable
and there are some outlying farmsteads to the north of the village. There
is a medium sized wood to the northeast.
This village was established in the 16th century to strengthen the
northeast corner of the extensive estates of the Firlej family. In 1861,
the peasants of the Niedzwiada estate (then owned by Kamil Zaleski), were
the first in the Lubartow region to refuse villain service. In the 19th
century there was a distillery, brewery, brickyard, 2 windmills and a Bee
industry here. This is a large village on a country road 1km east of highway
815. The land is generally flat and open.
: Parafia rzymskokatolicka Najświętszego Serca Pana Jezusa,
Niedżwiada, pow. Lubartów, woj. Lubelskie. this is the parish church of
Niedzwiada parafia, Lubartow dekanet.
Niedźwiada Kol. (Niedzwiada Kol.)
A group of farmsteads along a country lane on the southwest side of
the main village of Niedzwiada.
A large and compact village to the east of Lubartow. There is a small
river on the south side of the village, and on the other side of the river
is a very large wood of generally coniferous trees.
Rzymskokatolicka. This is part the parafia of "sw. Anny
i sw. Joahima" in Lubartow, Lubartow dekanat.
Pałecznica Kolonia (Palecznica Kol.)
There is a 19th century landscape park here. This is a scattering of
farmsteads in an area enclosed by the road to the north, a river (the Wieprz)
to the west and a defunct railway to the south. The land is undulating
and arable, and there are several streams running through the area down
into the Wieprz. The Wieprz meanders significantly at this point and has
high and steep banks. Palecznica is about 2km to the southeast.
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A village on a country road just off highway 821. The village has a
river on the north side of it and a defunct railway on the south side.
Until Easter 2000, there was a railway station here. The church is just
the other side of the railway on the southeast side of the village. The
land is undulating and arable, with some meadow between the village and
the railway, and a small lake at the eastern end of the village.
: Parafia rzymskokatolicka NMP Matki Kościoła, Tarło,
pow. Lubartów, woj. Lubelskie. This is the parish church of Tarlo parafia,
Tarło Kolonia (Tarlo Kolonia)
This is a scattering of farmsteads over an area some 1-2km southeast
of Tarlo. The land is undulating and arable and there are two northwards
flowing streams running through the area. There are also some buildings
along highway 821, which forms the southern border of this region. There
is a defunct railway to the northwest, which divides this area from Tarlo
A small cluster of farmsteads on highway 815, at the point where the
country lane through Brzeznica Lesna leaves the highway. The land is undulating
and arable, with an area of meadow to the north and a wood to the west.
Zabiele was originally known as Wilkow. This is a small village, the
larger part being on a country road, but there are some farmsteads on a
U shaped road lane on the northeast side of the village. The land is undulating
and arable, with two streams joining in the centre of the village. On the
southwestern side of the village is the north flowing Piskornica river
in an area of meadows. A defunct railway lies just north of the village.
A ribbon development village along a country road, which follows the
course of the Piskornica river to the northwest. The land is undulating
and arable, although on the other side of the river, to the west, it is
flat meadow land. Zabiele is about 1.5km to the southwest, on the same
This is a few farmsteads on the northern edge of the village of Palecznica.
Postal/Zip Codes for Niedzwiada Gmina
|Berejów ( Berejow )
Brzeźnica Bychawska ( Brzeznica Bychawska )
Brzeźnica Leśna ( Brzeznica Lesna )
Górka Lubartowska ( Gorka Lubartowska )
Guśniak ( Gusniak )
Klementynów ( Klementynow )
Niedźwiada ( Niedzwiada )
Niedźwiada Kol. ( Niedzwiada Kol. )
Pałecznica ( Palecznica )
Pałecznica Kolonia ( Palecznica Kolonia )
Tarło ( Tarlo )
Tarło Kolonia ( Tarlo Kolonia )
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