Krzczonów (Krzczonow) Gmina Page

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4J15. Krzczonów (Krzczonow)

The Gmina of Krzczonow
This gmina is relatively high and the start of several small rivers, mainly flowing to the east. It is part of the Gielczew Upland and covers an area of 128sq.km. The land is generally flat, undulating gently. There are a few large woods in the centre of the gmina. The population is 5500 people, and there are 1310 farms growing mainly wheat, barley and sugar beet.
GMINA OFFICE: ul Spokojna 7, 23-110 Krzczonow, woj. Lubelskie. Tel: (+48 81) 566 40 53
Antoniówka (Antoniowka)
Some houses on a small lane, plus some outlying farmsteads to the west in an area of undulating, open arable land. There is the arm of a large forest just to the northwest. Bujanica is 2km to the southeast.
Borzęcin (Borzecin)
Some houses and farmsteads on the south side of a stream in a small valley, between Krzczonow I and III. the land is relatively flat, open and arable. Teklin is 4km to the west.
Boży Dar (Bozy Dar)
Some farmsteads in an area of arable land, with large woods close to the northeast and west. There is now a large TV antenna to the south. Folwark is 2km to the west.
Bujanica
Some houses and farmsteads on a small lane in an area of open, undulating arable land.
CHURCH: no data
Folwark
Several parallel lanes on the east side of minor highway 835 with farmsteads along each of them, just to the south of a large wood. The land is open, undulating and arable.
Gierniak
Farmsteads and houses on either side of minor highway 835, just north of Teklin. The land is relatively flat, open and arable.
Habajdziak
Farmsteads along a winding lane on the southwest side of a small stream which runs through a gully. The land is undulating, open and arable. Sobieska Wola I is 3km to the northeast.
Kosarzew Dolny
Some houses and a few farmsteads, on the south side of a stream, in the southwest corner of the village of Kosarzew. The land is open, undulating and arable.
Kosarzew Górny (Kosarzew Gorny)
A large village along an east-west country road, in a small valley in an area of open arable land. A stream flows west through the village.
CHURCH 1: Parafia Polsko-Katolicka, Kosarzew Gorny, woj. Lubelskie. A Polish-Catholic church
CHURCH 2:  Parafia Rzymsko-Katolicka p.w. NMP Matki Kosciola, Kosarzew Gorny, woj. Lubelskie. A Roman-Catholic church.
Kosorzew Górny Kol. (Kosorzew Gorny Kol.)
Some farmsteads on either side of a country road in an area of relatively flat, open arable land. There is a small wood 300m to the northwest. Kosarzew Gorny is just to the southwest.
Kosarzew StróÝa (Kosarzew Stroza)
Farmsteads and some houses along a country road, with a stream running along the southwestern side of the road for part of its length. The land is slightly undulating, arable and open. Kosarzew Gorny is just over 1km to the north.
Kosarzew ×rednia (Kosarzew Srednia)
Some houses and farmsteads at the west end of the village of Kosarzew. The land is flat, open and arable, rising to the  northeast.
Krzczonów I
A village of houses and farmsteads along a straight country lane, stretching for about 1.5km. It is at the head of a very small valley in ana area of relatively flat open arable land. Teklin is 2km to the west.
CHURCH: no data
Krzczonów II (Krzczonow II)
Houses and farmsteads along a straight country road, stretching for 2km. The land is slightly undulating, open and arable. There is a wood to the south of the village. Teklin is 4km to the west and 1km north.
Krzczonów III (Krzczonow III)
Houses and some farmsteads along a straight country road, stretching for about 2km. On the southwest side of the road runs a stream, and on the other side of the stream is another string of houses and farmsteads on a track, paralleling the road. The village lies in a small valley in an area of slightly undulating arable land. Sobieska Wola I is 4.5km to the southeast.
Krzczonów Rynek (Krzczonow Rynek)
This is the central/northwest part of the village of Krzczonow.
Krzczonów Skałka (Krzczonow Skalka)
Houses along a country lane just to the northwest of the main part of the village of Krzczonow. The land is flat, open and undulating, and there are woods to the north and northwest.
Krzczonów Sołtysy (Krzczonów Soltysy)
Some houses either side of a country road at the eastern end of the village of Krzczonow. There is a large wood just to the east.
Krzczonów Wójtostwo (Krzczonow Wojtostwo)
A large village in an area of slightly undulating, open arable land. A village located in a landscape park and is the main part of the total village of Krzczonow. It obtained town rights in in the 15th century, but was first mentioned in 1358. The Roman Catholic parish church dates from the 17th century. There is a water mill from the 19th century. This village is famous for its preserved folk traditions, including craftwork, costumes, ceremonies etc. The typical Lublin folk outfit comes from this village.
CHURCH: Parafia Rzymsko-Katolicka p.w. Wniebowziecia NMP, Krzczonow, woj. Lubelskie
Lewandowszczyczna
Some houses on a country road and some farmsteads on the land to the south of the lane. The land is open, undulating and arable. There is a wood just to the east of the settlement. Folwark is 2.5km to the east.
Lipniak
A few farmsteads on a country lane in an area of open arable land, with the start of a forest less than 1km to the southeast. Olszanka is 2km to the north.
Majdan
Some houses and farmsteads on a track almost completely surrounded by a forest. Olszanka is 1.5km to the east.
Majdanek/Majdanek Żuków (Majdanek Zukow)
Some houses on a lane just to the west of Zukow. The land is undulating, there is a small river on the north side of the village and a wood to the southwest.
Marysin
A few farmsteads in an area of open, undulating arable land. There is a small wood on the west side of the settlement. Olszanka is 3km to the southwest, across the fields.
Nowiny Żukowskie (Nowiny Zukowskie)
A line of houses on the south side of a country road that runs along the south side of a forest. The land to the south is flat, open and arable. Olszanka is 4km to the southwest.
Olszanka
A village along the higher reaches of the Olszanka river as it flows from west to east. The land is slightly undulating, open and arable. There is a forest 1km to the northwest.
Pamięcin (Pamiecin)
A few houses and farmsteads just to the southeast of Walentynow, 2.5km southwest of Pustelnik. There is a forest to the west.
Piotrkowek
A settlement covering several square kilometres of relatively flat, open arable land. To the west is a forest and to the south is a large wood. There are houses and a few farmsteads along the road, and some scattered farmsteads across the land which the road encloses on its eastern and southern sides.
Policzyzna
Some houses on the south side of the Olszanka river in an area of undulating, open arable land. Bujanica is 1km to the north.
Pustelnik
Some houses on a lane before is enters a large wood just to the west. There is another large wood just to the southeast.
Romanów (Romanow)
A few houses and farmsteads in an area of relatively flat, open arable land. There is a wood just to the south of the settlement. Folwark is 5km to the east.
Sobieska Wola I
A straggling village of houses and farmsteads along a gently winding road on the north side of the Gielczew river. The land is relatively flat, open and arable. The church is on the south side of the river.
CHURCH: Parafia rzymskokatolicka św. Stanisława Biskupa Męczennika, Sobieska Wola I, pow. Lublin, woj. Lubelskie
Sobieska Wola II
A continuation of Sobieska Wola I, to the east of the crossroads that marks the join of these 2 villages. Here there are houses on both sides of the river, the main road through the village being on the southern side. A stream in a gully joins the river from the south in the middle of the village.
Teklin
Most of the buildings in this village are on the south side of a straight, east-west lane, amongst trees. The land around the village is open, undulating and arable.
Walentynów (Walentynow)
Some houses and farmsteads on a small lane, with a forest just to the west and a small wood just to the east. A small stream flows north between the village and the small wood. Zukow I is 3km to the north.
Zakrzyże Kol. (Zakrzyze Kol.)
Some farmsteads along a country road on the northeast side of a shallow valley. The land is open, undulating and arable, and there is a wood 500m to the northeast. Sobieska Wola I is 2km to the southeast.
Za÷cieżki (Zasciezki)
A few farmsteads at the east end of a lane from Olszanka. The settlement area is small and is bounded by a wood to the north and east, and the Olszanka river to the south. There is a copse on the north bank of the river. Olszanka is immediately to the west.
Zielona
Some houses and farmsteads on a country road in an area of open, undulating arable land. There is a small wood 800m to the west. Teklin is 2km to the south.
Ziunin
A few houses at the bend in a country lane, the land is relatively flat, open and arable. There is a wood just to the southwest. Folwark is 4.5km to the east.
Żuków 1 (Zukow I)
Houses on some lanes on the south bank of the Olszanka river, which flows west. On the other side of the river is a country road. The church is at the east end of the village, on the north bank of the river. The land is flat, open and arable.
CHURCH : Parafia Rzymsko-Katolicka p.w. NMP Krolowej Polski, Zukow, woj. Lubelskie
Żuków II (Zukow II)
Some houses and farmsteads immediately to the north of Zukow I in an area of relatively flat, open arable land.
Żuków Kol. (Zukow Kol.)
Some farmsteads and houses along a country lane in an area of flat, open undulating land, on the north side of the Olszanka river. Zukow I is 1.5km to the southwest.
 
Postal/Zip Codes for Krzczonow Gmina
Boży Dar ( Bozy Dar ) 
Gierniak 
Kosarzew Dolny 
Kosarzew Górny ( Kosarzew Gorny ) 
Kosarzew Stróźa ( Kosarzew Stroza ) 
Krzczonów I ( Krzczonow I ) 
Krzczonów II ( Krzczonow II ) 
Krzczonów III ( Krzczonow III ) 
Krzczonów Skałka ( Krzczonow Skalka ) 
Krzczonów Sołtysy ( Krzczonow Soltysy ) 
Krzczonów Wojtostwo ( Krzczonow Wojtostwo ) 
Olszanka 
Policzyzna 
Pustelnik 
Romanów ( Romanow ) 
Sobieska Wola 1 
Teklin 
Walentynów ( Walentynow ) 
Zielona 
Żuków 1 ( Zukow 1 ) 
Żuków 2 ( Zukow 2 ) 
Żuków Kol. ( Zukow Kol. )
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Map of the Gmina of Krzczonow



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