Nawojowa

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Nawojowa
Village
Stadnicki Palace
Stadnicki Palace
Nawojowa is located in Poland
Nawojowa
Nawojowa
Coordinates: 49°33′34″N 20°44′31″E / 49.55944°N 20.74194°E / 49.55944; 20.74194
Country  Poland
Voivodeship Lesser Poland
County Nowy Sącz County
Gmina Nawojowa
Population 8,000

Nawojowa [navɔˈjɔva] is a village in Nowy Sącz County, Lesser Poland Voivodeship, in southern Poland. It is the seat of the gmina (administrative district) called Gmina Nawojowa. It lies approximately 8 kilometres (5 mi) south-east of Nowy Sącz and 81 km (50 mi) south-east of the regional capital Kraków.[1]

The village has a population of 8000. The area of commune is 51.13 km2. Near half of area the populaces then the mountainous terrain, in predominant part forested.

History[edit]

Nawojowa was put by Cracovian castellan Nawoj from Tęczyn. In later years she passed in the dukes' hand Ostrogskich, she was the part of law Ostrogskiej. Dukes 1600 year received her on power of agreement Lubomirscy. It belonged to this property 25 settlings laid in mountains then: Szlachtowa, Czarnowoda, Jaworki, Białowoda (today gm.Szczawnica), Kunina, Bończa, Łazy, Popardowa, Margoń, Rybień, Homrzyska, Złotne, Czaczów, Barnowiec, Roztoka, Składziste, Maciejowa, Łabowa, Lachowiec, Kotów, Młyn, Nowa Wieś, Łosie, Krzyżówka, and Frycowa. He the division of law in 1753 year happened on power of contained agreement in Kolbuszowej. Nawojowski key received ks. Lubomirski. Property in fall passed on family soon then Stadnickich. One of historian it remembers about legend, they according to which underground over 9 km united Nawojowa from castle in Rytro. Began on hill they say for church, knight's lock on which had to be this Nawoja. The occupants they Nawojowa became famous in time of Swedish wars in 1656 year the assault under lead Kochowskiego on crew Swedish in Nowy Sącz. Swedes after one-day they had to stand down from city cylinders. Under end 19th century Nawojowa she calculated 742 occupants and persons among them 185 were had been careful for rich as they managed on half of part, meadows and forests. Nawojowa she had then only class people's school and communal loan-society. To parish Rome - Catholic 15 localities belonged: Marshy meadow, Mała Kamionka, Popardowa Niżna and Wyżna, Margoń, Kunina, Bącza, Frycowa, Rybień, Czaczów, Barnowiec, Homrzyska, Złotne, Maciejowa, Łabowa and Nowa Wieś. It lived parish 3541 Roman Catholics, 3440 Greek-catholic, 1115 evangelic and 101 Jews . The twenty five of years of last age, then period of economic development Nawojowej, mainly by Edward Stadnickiego, the owner of property. Put by him foundry produced on local market. Her articles be esteemed. In 1877 year they received on country agricultural exhibition medal and Industry in Lvov. Edwarda's grandson, Adam Stadnicki, which hugged property after it completion he led in Monachium forest studies in 1904 r. very effective and rational forest economy. He in 1907 r. put in Nawojowa steam sawmill and carpenter, employing over 60 workers. It products of this institution were exported was to France and England.

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Coordinates: 49°33′34″N 20°44′31″E / 49.55944°N 20.74194°E / 49.55944; 20.74194