Nowa Jasienica [ˈnɔva jaɕeˈnit͡sa] (formerly German Neu Jasenitz) - is a settlement in the administrative district of Gmina Police, within Police County, West Pomeranian Voivodeship, in north-western Poland, close to the German border. It lies approximately 12 kilometres (7 mi) north-west of Police and 23 km (14 mi) north-west of the regional capital Szczecin.
Below is a time llne showing the history of the different administrations that this city has been included in.
- 1815 - 1866: German Confederation, Kingdom of Prussia, Pomerania
- 1866 - 1871: North German Confederation, Kingdom of Prussia, Pomerania
- 1871 - 1918: German Empire, Kingdom of Prussia, Pomerania
- 1919 - 1933: Weimarer Republik, Free State of Prussia, Pomerania
- 1933 - 1945: Nazi Germany, Pomerania
- 1945 - 1946: Enclave Police, (the area reporting to the Red Army)
- 1946 - 1952: People's Republic of Poland, Szczecin Voivodeship
- 1952 - 1975: People's Republic of Poland, Szczecin Voivodeship
- 1975 - 1989: People's Republic of Poland, Szczecin Voivodeship
- 1989 - 1998: Poland, Szczecin Voivodeship
- 1999 - Current: Poland, Western Pomerania, powiat Police County, gmina Police
- The village has a population:
- 1786 – 38
- 1939 – 40
- 1972 – 30
- PTTK path (black footpath Szlak Parków i Pomników Przyrody) in an area of Nowa Jasienica in Wkrzanska Forest.
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