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  • 1. Baltic Sea Masurian Lake District Warsaw Tatra Mountains
  • 2. We live in Masuria. It’s a wonderful area with lots of lakes and forests. Due to it, Masuria is often called ‘Land of a Thousand Lakes’. Our region is also being called ‘Green Lungs of Poland’ because of the picturesque surrounding and fresh air. Masurian Lakes District runs for the new seven world’s natural wonders.
  • 3. Wieliczki lies in the eastern part of Masurian Lake District. Our province is typically agricultural with enormous woodlands and plains. Wieliczki is situated next to the Olecko Małe lake.
  • 4. Commune Head- Jarosław Wiesław Kuczyński
  • 5. There is one kindergarten, two primary schools and one lower secondary school in the area. Our school was put to use in 2001 along with well-equipped gym and appropriate facilities – locker rooms with showers. The building have 8 classrooms including language and computer labs in disposal.
  • 6. Every year we have a family picnic. There are children’s performances and many attractions: interesting competitions, tennis and football games, barbecues and much more.
  • 7. Cimochy is a village with estimated peopulation of 418. The village was established in 1476 by two brothers, Czymoch and Kilmek Rusin. The name Cimochy is derived from Russian name Tymoteusz (Czymoch). Cimochy was formerly called: Gross Czymochen, Domäne Czymochen, Zarnowa, Dzimochen. In 1928 Cimochy received German official name Reuss.
  • 8. There is a commemorative plaque that reminds of one of few attacks on German compounds which was executed by two units of cavalary in 1939.
  • 9. is a typical agricultural village which has about 140 inhabitants. Cimoszki once belonged to Cimochy. In the years 1975-1998 the area was the province of Suwałki. Old Prussian cemetery
  • 10. Old Prussian cemetery The village was established in 1561 by Paweł and Staniek Markowicz from nearby village Niedzwiedzkie. There are few buildings designed in old Masurian building style. Krupin has also an old Prussian cemetery.
  • 11. The picturesque village lies at the lake called Małe Olecko. The village was established in 1542. In 1938 the village received new, German name, Herzogshöhe.
  • 12. The village was established in 1476. In 1926 there was a German name, Bärengrund. gravel- pit
  • 13. The village was established in 1553. Lega river flows through Nory. There is also evangelical cemetery.
  • 14. Nowy Młyn is situated near by Lega river. There is a hydroelectric power station and also Prussian cemetery. Prussian cemetery hydroelectric power station
  • 15. The village was established in 1565 by Bartek Rostek. Previously the village was called Rostekwolln, Rostey Wolli or Puchowken.
  • 16. Szeszki was established in 1508 by Roman and Jan Bartudłów. Previous names of the village were: Seesken, Seeszken.