Osiedle Dojlidy, Białystok

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Osiedle Dojlidy
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Dojlidy is one of the districts of the Polish city of Białystok, formerly a village and farmlands. It is also known for its brewery, plywood factory (Fabryka Sklejek Biaform SA) and the Dojlidy fish ponds and recreation areas on the White River reservoirs. Until 1954 there was a Gmina Dojlidy, after which point it was incorporated into the city. Dojlidy term probably comes from the name of the tribe of Baltic peoples residing in these lands for centuries. In contrast to Bialystok, which until 1795 was part of the Crown, Dojlidy, belonged to the Grand Duchy of Lithuania.

Facilities and green spaces[edit]

  • Neoclassical palace Rüdigerów (19th century) and the park, now the seat of government for the Higher School of Public Administration
  • Neo-Renaissance palace Hasbacha (19th century) containing offices for:
    • Regional Centre for Research and Documentation of Monuments
    • Regional Office for the Protection of Monuments in Białystok
    • Polish Heritage Conservation Workshops SA, a division of Bialystok
    • a settlement near the factory floor Hasbacha
    • Bialystok WOPR
    • Podlaskie Province by WOPR
    • Scientific Society of Bialystok
    • Business Club of Podlaski
    • The Foundation for Polish Green Lungs
  • Collegium Novum WSAP
  • District Hospital
  • Airport Krywlany Sports
         Aeroclub of Bialystok
  • Forest and Communal Solnicki
  • Dojlidy (est. 1769)
  • Plywood Industry Plant "Biaform"
  • Church. Christ the King
  • Church. Immaculate Heart of Mary
  • Orthodox Church. St. Ilia and the Orthodox cemetery
Zalew Dojlidy
  • Ponds Dojlidzkie
  • Lagoon Dojlidy
  * a Sports Club MOSiR at Urban Beach
  * Allotments
  • Green City
  • District Office
  • Secondary School No. 8 - st. Crane 12
  • Library branch of the Library Podlaska No. 11 (in the building of the Secondary School No. 8) - st. Crane 12
  • Agricultural Schools
  • Public School No. 31, Primary School No. 52
  • Social II High School, Middle School No. 1 Social
  • Tennis Association "Stanley" of Tennis Courts
  • Internal Security Agency Branch in Bialystok

A description of district boundaries prior to 1 January 2006[edit]

From the administrative boundary of the city street Viaduct, by the Square 10 Lithuanian Cavalry Regiment, of street Nowowarszawskiej K. Tsiolkovsky, Nowowarszawską, Dojnowską to the administrative border of the city, along the border of the forest and the shores of the lagoon Dojlidzkiego, a piece of beach along the street, including Orthodox cemetery and church, a piece of street Suchowolca, then a piece of street Dojlidy top, then the eastern access to the brewery pond przybrowarnego, Solnička street, and beyond, surround Forest Solnicki, administrative boundary of the city, back to the road bridge.

Od granicy administracyjnej miasta ulicą Wiadukt, przez Plac 10 Pułku Ułanów Litewskich, ulicą K. Ciołkowskiego do Nowowarszawskiej, Nowowarszawską, Dojnowską do granicy administracyjnej miasta, wzdłuż granicy lasu i brzegiem zalewu Dojlidzkiego, kawałek ulicą Plażową, obejmując cmentarz prawosławny i cerkiew, kawałek ulicą Suchowolca, następnie kawałek ulicą Dojlidy Górne, następnie wschodnim dojazdem do browaru, brzegiem stawu przybrowarnego, ulicą Solnicką, i dalej, otaczając Las Solnicki, granicą administracyjną miasta, z powrotem do ulicy Wiadukt.

Streets and squares located within the settlements (before 1 January 2006)[edit]

Bartnicza, Beavers, Stork, Badger, Konstantin Tsiolkovsky-even 2/2-12C, Dojnowska-even, Dojlidy Factory-odd, even from 1913 to the end, Jaskolcza, Deer, Cormorants, Crete, Rabbit, Fr. Stanislaus Suchowolca, Kuropatwiana, Swan, Elk, John Michalowski, Adam Mickiewicz University building 106-odd, odd 95-95F, Hunting, Bear, Nowowarszawska-odd 116-128, Pavia, even Plażowa-88 C-88D, the Birds, Rondo 10 Regiment Lithuanian Lancers, Lynx, Sarnia, sepia, nightingale, Sokol, joint-odd 2-14, odd 1-37/1, Ostrich, Szpacza, Tiger, Viaduct-odd, Squirrel, Wolf, Hare, Turtle, Bison, Crane.

Bartnicza, Bobrów, Bociania, Borsucza, Ciołkowskiego Konstantego-parzyste 2/2-12C, Dojnowska-parzyste, Dojlidy Fabryczne-parzyste, nieparzyste od 13 do końca, Jaskółcza, Jelenia, Kormoranów, Krecia, Królicza, Ks. Stanisława Suchowolca, Kuropatwia, Łabędzia, Łosia, Michałowskiego Jana, Mickiewicza Adama-parzyste budynek 106, nieparzyste 95-95F, Myśliwska, Niedźwiedzia, Nowowarszawska-parzyste 116-128, Pawia, Plażowa-parzyste 88 C-88D, Ptasia, Rondo 10 Pułku Ułanów Litewskich, Rysia, Sarnia, Sępia, Słowicza, Sokola, Stawowa-parzyste 2-14, nieparzyste 1-37/1, Strusia, Szpacza, Tygrysia, Wiadukt-nieparzyste, Wiewiórcza, Wilcza, Zajęcza, Żółwia, Żubrów, Żurawia.

External links[edit]

Media related to Osiedle Dojlidy, Białystok at Wikimedia Commons

Coordinates: 53°06′20″N 23°10′43″E / 53.105615°N 23.178620°E / 53.105615; 23.178620