Welcome to neumark.pl - north-western Poland internet gallery and guide! This site includes photos and information about north-western Poland, between the towns of: Kostrzyn, Gryfino, and Myślibórz, which was called Nowa Marchia (Ger.: Neumark) in historical times.
History of Neumark region:
Today, it's the westernmost part of Poland, by the border with Germany
- the southern part of West Pomeranian Voivodeship and northern part
of Lubuskie Voivodeship.
This state reaches back to 1945, when new
borders of post-war Europe were established during...
In the past, this territory was the eastern part of the German
province Margraviate of Brandenburg called Neumark. Neumark existed as
a German province since the 13th century. Numerous devastating wars
swept through its territory, although there have also been years of
peace and prosperity.
These lands were colonized by Church institutions, notably the Knights
Templar and the Cistercians, during the Middle Ages. Before that, the
region belonged partially to West Pomerania, Greater Poland, and
Lubusz Land, at which time it was the region where wars between the
Princes of Pomerania, Greater Poland, and Silesia took place.
earlier times small tribes had their settlements here, on the
pleated post-glacial area with many small lakes, along the valleys of
the Odra and Warta rivers.
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List of towns in Neumark region:
Barlinek, Boleszkowice, Cedynia , Chojna, Choszczno, Dębno, Gorzów Wielkopolski, Kostrzyn, Moryń, Mieszkowice, Myślibórz, Ośno Lubuskie, Słońsk, Strzelce Krajeńskie,
Sulęcin, Trzcińsko Zdrój, Witnica
Namyślin, Nowe Objezierze,
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