Strzyzewice Gmina Page

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11. Strzyżewice (Strzyzewice)

The Gmina of Strzyzewice
This gmina is based on the valley of the Bystrzyca river. It is partly wooded but mainly agricultural. The valley of the Kosarzewka joins it in the east. The gmina covers an area of 109sq.km, has a population of 7500 people (only 1100 of which have access to piped water), and there are 6 water mills.
GMINA OFFICE: Urzad Gminy, 23-107 Strzyzewice 108, woj. Lubelskie
GMINA E-MAIL: strzyzewice@gminy.bmb.pl
GMINA WEB SITE: http://gminy.bmb.pl/strzyzewice
Borkowizna
Some houses and a few outlying farmsteads at a junction of some lanes on the west side of the Bystrzyca river. The land is open and arable.

Dębina (Debina)
A village on the Bystrzyca river, the southern half on the east bank and the northern on the west bank because it is at this point that the lane beside the river changes sides. There are some small woods on the eastern bank and one to the southwest.
Dębszczyczna (Debszczyczna)
Houses and farmsteads on a straight, north-south lane in a small valley in the hills above the Bystrzyca river, to the east. There is a large wood on the northeastern side of the village. The land is open and arable. Debina is about 2km to the west, and slightly to the north.
Franciszków (Franciszkow)
Strings of farmsteads on a parallel lane and track about 1km apart. Both of these rise out of the Bystrzyca river valley, at right angles to the river, on the western side of the valley. There are some woods at the western end on the highest ground. Strzyzewice is about 1km to the southeast.
Iżyce (Izyce)
A small village on the western side of the Kosarzewka river, beside a meander of this river. There is a wood to the immediate northwest of the village, inside of which are the ramparts of an old castle. Piotrowice is about 2.5km to the southwest, the other side of a hill.
Iżyce Kol. (Izyce Kol.)
A small scattering of farmsteads along a lane and track on the southwestern side of the Kosarzewka river valley, just to the south of Izyce. Piotrowice is 2km to the west, on the other side of the hill. The land is open and arable.
Kajetanówka (Kajetanowka)
A scattering of farmsteads on either side of a track in an area of open arable land at the top of a wide valley leading east down to the Bystrzyca river. Stara Bystrzyca is about 3km to the east.
Kiełczewice (Kielczewice)
A few houses on a lane on the east side of the Bystrzyca river on the lower slopes of the valley sides. Debina is just over 1km to the north.
Kiełczewice Dołny Kol. (Kielczewice Dolny Kol.)
A string of farmsteads along the south side of a straight track, rising west out of the Bystrzyca river valley. There is a wood at the western end of the track, on the highest ground, and around the edge of the wood are some more farmsteads. The land is arable. Debina is about 2km to the east.
Kiełczewice Górne (Kielczewice Gorne)
Farmsteads scattered over an area of a few square kilometres of the eastern side of the bystrzyca river valley. The land is open and arable, and there are some woods to the east of the settlement area. Borkowizna is on the other side of the river.
CHURCH: Parafia Rzymsko-Katolicka p.w. sw. Trojcy i Nawiedzenia NMP, Kielczewice Gorne, woj. Lubelskie
Kiełczewice Kol. (Kielczewice Kol.)
A string of farmsteads on the north side of the same track as in Kielczewice Dolny Kol., and also some farmsteads around the edge of a wood at the western end of the settlement. Debina is about 2km to the east.
Kiełczewice Maryjskie (Kielczewice Maryjskie)
Some houses and farmsteads on the eastern bank of the Bystrzyca river. The land is open and arable. Borkowizna is just across the river. The church is at the south end of the village.
CHURCH: no data
Majdan Żabia Wola
Some farmsteads on a straight east-west track on the north side of a large wood, two thirds of the way up the eastern side of the Bystrzyca river valley. The land on the northern side is open and arable. Zabia Wola is 2.5km to the west.
Nowa Bystrzyca
Some farmsteads and houses along the lane on the western side of the Bystrzyca river valley, on the valley floor, plus some more farmsteads on a track rising out of the valley at right angles to the river. The land is open and arable. Stara Bystrzyca is immediately to the north.
Osmolice I
A grid of tracks and lanes with rows of farmsteads along them in an area of about 2km by 2km, with a small 'village' core down in the southeastern corner on the banks of the Bystrzyca river. The land is open, undulating and arable and is a few kilometres before the Nedznica river joins the Bystrzyca from the west. There is a manor house here.
Osmolice II
A small group of farmsteads on a high point beside a wood and overlooking the joining of the Nedznica to the Bystrzyca a few kilometres to the north. The area of Osmolice I is just to the east.
Osmolice Kol.
A few scattered farmsteads in a cleared area of woodland, square in shape and about 1km length of each side. Most of the farmsteads are on a spur between 2 small valleys descending into the Bystrzyca river valley. Osmolice is less than 1km to the north.
Pawłowek (Pawlowek)
A scattering of farmsteads in an area of open arable land, the lower slopes of the eastern side of the Bystrzyca river valley. The track to the valley floor goes through a gully before crossing the river on a bridge on a meander of the river. Stara Bystrzyca is on the other side of the river, slightly to the north.
Pawłów (Pawlow)
a line of houses and farmsteads along a straight lane on a ridge above the Bystrzyca river valley on its eastern side. The land is relatively flat in the vicinity of the village, open and arable. There is a small wood 200m east of the village, and a larger one to the south. Strzyzewice is 2.5km to the west.
Piotrowice
A village on the valley floor with the Bystrzyca river flowing north through the centre of the village. The village is partly wooded on its western side and there is another wood to the southeast of the valley. There is a manor house here.
Piotrowice Kol.
A loose string of farmsteads along a track rising at right angles out of the Bystrzyca river valley on its western side. It is located in what is obviously cleared land in what was once woodland. Piotrowice is at the eastern end of the settlement, on the valley floor.
Polanówka (Polanowka)
A small village of houses and some farmsteads on a country road on the Bystrzyca river valley floor, 800m east of the river. At this point the valley floor is quite wide and is mainly meadows. Zabia Wola is immediately to the south.
Polanówka Kol. (Polanowka Kol.)
A few farmsteads along a track on the north side of a small valley rising east out of the Bystrzyca river valley. There is a narrow wood to the southwest of the settlement. Zabia Wola is 1.5km to the southwest, on the other side of the small wood.
Pszczela Wola
A small village on the Bystrzyca river valley floor, on the eastern side of the river. There is a small wood here, but the land is mainly meadows. Zabia Wola is immediately to the north. There is a manor house here.
Rechtówek (Rechtowek)
A small group of houses and farmsteads in a gap between 2 hills, between the Nedznica and Bystrzyca river valleys. The land is open, undulating and arable, and there is a wood on the eastern side of the village. Strzyzewice is 2.5km to the east.
Stara Bystrzyca
A village on a straight lane, some 2km in length, on the west bank of the Bystrzyca river. There are many farmsteads as well as houses. On the opposite side of the river is a wood.
CHURCH: Parafia rzymskokatolicka NMP, Stara Bystrzyca 92b, Stara Bystrzyca, pow. Lublin, woj. Lubelskie
Stasin
A small group of farmsteads on either side of a track in a small valley. The valley is surrounded by woods.
Strzyżewice (Strzyzewice)
A village on a straight lane on the west bank of the Bystrzyca river. At the northern end, on the other side of the river is an old manor house. The valley is quite narrow at this point. The village was first mentioned in 1375 when it received Polish location rights. It takes its coat of arms from the Abdank, a family of knights originating from Scandinavia, the coat of arms symbolize 'treasure'.
Strzyżewice Kol. (Strzyzewice Kol.)
A line of farmsteads along a very small track on the top of a hill on the eastern side of the Bystrzyca river valley. The land is open and arable, except on the northeastern side where there is a small wood. Strzyzewice is 2km to the northwest.
Tuszów Kol.
A few farmsteads along a straight track, high on a hill above the Kosarzewka river valley on its northeastern side. The land is open and arable. Osmolice I is 2.5km to the northwest.
Żabia Wola (Zabia Wola)
A small village on the east side of the Bystrzyca river, on the lower slopes of the valley side. The valley floor is meadows, and the land above the village is open arable land.
CHURCH: no data
Żabia Wola Kol.
A line of farmsteads along a straight east-west track high on the slopes on the eastern side of the Bystrzyca river valley. The land is open and arable. Osmolice I is about 2.5km to the west.
 
Postal/Zip Codes for Strzyzewice Gmina
Borkowizna 
Dębina ( Debina ) 
Dębszczyczna ( Debszczyczna ) 
Franciszków ( Franciszkow ) 
Iżyce ( Izyce ) 
Kajetanówka ( Kajetanowka ) 
Kiełczewice ( Kielczewice ) 
Kiełczewice Dołny Kol. ( Kielczewice Dolny Kol. ) 
Kiełczewice Górne ( Kielczewice Gorne ) 
Kiełczewice Maryjskie ( Kielczewice Maryjskie ) 
Nowa Bystrzyca 
Osmolice I 
Osmolice II 
Osmolice Kol. 
Pawłów ( Pawlow ) 
Piotrowice 
Polanówka Kol. ( Polanowka Kol. ) 
Pszczela Wola 
Stara Bystrzyca 
Strzyżewice ( Strzyzewice ) 
Tuszów Kol. ( Tuszow Kol. ) 
Żabia Wola ( Zabia Wola )
23-107 
23-107 
23-107 
23-107 
23-101 
23-107 
23-106 
23-106 
23-106 
23-106 
23-107 
23-109 
23-109 
24-220 
23-107 
23-108 
23-109 
23-109 
23-107 
23-107 
23-101 
23-109

Map of the Gmina of Strzyzewice


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