Wigry, Suwałki County
Wigry [ˈviɡrɨ] is a small village in the administrative district of Gmina Suwałki, within Suwałki County, Podlaskie Voivodeship, in north-eastern Poland,  a short-lived former Roman Catholic bishopric and presently a Latin Catholic titular see.
The village has a population of 30.
It was established on 25 March 1798, under Napoleontic rule, as Diocese of Wigry, on Polish territories split off from the then dioceses of Žemaitija (now Metropolitan Archdiocese of Kaunas), Vilnius (now also Metropolitan Archdiocese) and former Luck (merged).
It was suppressed on 30 June 1818, after only two incumbents, its territory being assigned to establish the Sejny, to which its last incumbent was appointed.
(all Roman Rite)
- Suffragan Bishops of Wigry
- Michal Franciszek Karpowicz, Vincentians (C.M.) (1799.03.28 – death 1803.11.05)
- Jan Klemens Gołaszewski (1805.06.26 – 1818.06.30), later first Bishop of Sejny (1818.06.30 – 1820.03.08).
It was nominally restored in October 2014 as a Latin Catholic titular bishopric.
So far it has had a single incumbent, of the lowest (episcopal) rank :
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