Konopnica gmina of Lubelskie, Poland
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4J7. Konopnica

The Gmina of Konopnica
The land is mainly heavily undulating, and in the east is a large reservoir. The gmina is located on the Naleczow plateau in the north and the Belzyce plain in the south, and covers an area of 90sq.km. Much of the land is open and arable, but there are many small woods in the northwest. The main agricultural products are corn, sugar beet and there are many orchards. The population is 10000 people. The vistula railway is the oldest railway in this part of Poland.
GMINA OFFICE: Urzad Gminy, 21-030 Motycz, woj. Lubelskie. Tel: (+48 81) 503 10 81
Konopnica [Conopnicza]
A village strung out along a small river in a narrow valley. The southern half of the village is mainly houses, whilst the northern end is mainly farmsteads. The land is quite heavily undulating, open and arable. This village is mentioned in 1342. In 1400 it was purchased by Lublin town council and became part of the Lublin community (there may, therefore, be records of the village in the city archives). The brick church dates from 1905, when it replaced a wooden church on the same site. Brick foundations from the original church form part of the foundations of the replacement. There is the ruins of an 18th century belfry.
CHURCH: no data
A farm in Konopnica
Another Konopnica farm
A Konopnica cottage
Kozubszczyzna
A village which consists mainly of farmsteads strung along a country road. The southern edge of the village is defined by a railway line. There are the ramparts of an old fort here, which indicates that this village has been in existence for at least 800 years and there may be some documentation relating to it in the national archives. There is a spring with natural healing powers.
Lipniak
A small scattering of farmsteads in an area of gently undulating land between 2 river valleys. There is a copse in the middle of the settlement. Konopnica is about 2km to the south.
The countryside around Lipniak. The original settlement is disappearing as Lipniak is part of the new suburbs of the newly rich Lublinians, with new large houses appearing all over.
Marynin
A string of farmsteads along a straight country lane in an area of gently undulating, open arable land.
Motycz
This settlement covers several square kilometres, its eastern half consists of scattered farmsteads in an area of heavy undulations, whilst the farmsteads in the west lie on a grid of lanes in slightly flatter land. A small valley runs through the middle of the settlement, southwest to northeast. A small river overhung with trees flows through this valley.
CHURCH: Parafia Rzymsko-Katolicka p.w. Matki Bozej Anielskiej, Motycz, woj. Lubelskie
Motycz
This second Motycz lies a few kilometres away, on the opposite side of the railway line to Kozubszczyzna. It consists of a few farmsteads scattered over a small area of arable land.
Motycz Józefin (Motycz Jozefin)
This lies some 3km to the northwest of the larger Motycz. The larger part of the settlement area consists of farmsteads scattered over arable land on either side of a small river. A small core of houses lies on the northeastern edge of the settlement area. The land i quite heavily undulating, open and arable.
Motycz Leśny (Motycz Lesny)
A dozen farmsteads mainly along a small country lane with a small river running through the middle of the settlement. On the north side, and parallel to the road and river, is a railway line. The land undulates quite a lot, is open and arable, and to the west is a small wood. The larger Motycz lies 3km to the east.
CEMETERY: Swedish soldiers, from the 17th century.
Pawlin (Pawlin)
Quite a widespread settlement of farmsteads on an open grid of lanes in ana area of open, undulating arable land. Radawiec Duzy lies 2km to the east.
Pietrzakowizna
Clusters of farmsteads on a loose grid of tracks in an area of undulating open arable land. konopnica is about 1.5km to the southeast.
Płouszowice Kol. (Plouszowice Kol.)
A string of farmsteads along an almost straight part of the minor highway 830. The land is undulating, open and arable. A small river, crossed by the road, marks the eastern end of the settlement.
Sporniak
Several loose groups of farmsteads surrounding a small area of open, undulating arable land, 3km to the west of the larger Motycz and just south of Motycz-Lesny. Spaced around the borders of the settlement are 3 copses.
Radawczyk II
The main part of this settlement consists of a string of farmsteads strung along a small country lane, crossed in the middle by a larger lane. The name implies there is/was also a Radawczyk I, but I have no information on this. The land is open, undulating and arable. Radawiec Duzy is 2.5km to the northwest.
Radawczyk Kol.
Farmsteads strung out along a country lane joining with highway 19 on the north end of the settlement. Between the country road and the highway there is a wood. The land is open, undulating and arable. At its southwest end the settlement joins Tereszyn
Radawiec Duży (Radawiec Duzy)
The main lane through this village parallels a small river, the road being on the northeastern side of the river. The main part of the village consists of cottages, but on each of the radiating lanes there are many farmsteads. There is a copse on the northern side of the village. There is an airfield here now for the local aeroclub.
CHURCH: Parafia Rzymsko-Katolicka p.w. NMP Nieustajacej Pomocy, Radawiec Duzy, woj. Lubelskie
Radawiec Mały (Radawiec Maly)
Mainly farmsteads strung along 2 parallel lanes in ana area of open, undulating arable land. Radawiec Duzy is 1km to the north.
Skubicha
This consists of farmsteads strung along several tracks in an area of quite undulating open arable land. The larger Motycz is 2.5 km to the southeast, and Motycz-Jozefin borders on the northeast edge.
Stasin
a string of farmsteads and some other buildings along a country lane paralleling a railway line, on the south side of the line. The land is open, undulating and arable.
Stasin Leśny (Stasin Lesny)
Many farmsteads along a country road, just to the east of Stasin where the railway bends away to the northeast. The land is open, undulating and arable, with a large wood at the east end of the settlement.
Stasin Pólny (Stasin Polny)
This settlement consists of farmsteads scattered over some open, undulating arable land just north of a railway line, on the opposite side to Stasin.
Szerokie
Houses and farmsteads along a short east-west lane, with some other outlying farmsteads. The land is open, undulating and arable. This village is growing as it is just outside the city borders and city people can build houses here more cheaply, unpleasant surroundings. Uniszowice is less than 1km to the southwest.
Tereszyn
A small village on a country lane in ana area of open, undulating arable land. There is a small wood some 800m to the east.
Uniszowice
A scattering of farmsteads and newer housing along a small lane. The land is open, undulating and arable. There is a copse at the eastern end of the village.
Wieniawka
A scattering of farmsteads, some along the minor highway 747 that forms its northern boundary, and the rest over the land to the south. A railway passes through the settlement and there is small wood on the south side of this line. Kozubszczyzna is directly to the east.
Wieś Druga (Wies Druga)
The southern corner of  a huge square of open arable land with a grid of lanes. The land is undulating and descends slowly to the east and south into the wide valleys of the Bystrzyca and Nedznica rivers. Zemborzyce (Lublin gmina) is 3km to the northeast.
Wieś Trzecia (Wies Trzecia)
A settlement along a lane, part of a grid of such lanes, in ana area of open, undulating arable land. The land descends slowly to the east into the wide valley of the Bystrzyca river and the reservoir created there in the 1970's. Zemborzyce (Lublin gmina) is 2.5km to the northeast.
Zemborzyce Dolne
A series of farmsteads strung along a lane, part of a larger grid of lanes in a large area of undulating arable land. Zemborzyce (Lublin gmina) is 3km to the east.
Zemborzyce Kościelna (Zemborzyce Koscielna)
A series of farmsteads strung along a lane, part of a larger grid of lanes in a large area of undulating arable land. Zemborzyce (Lublin gmina) is 2km to the northeast. The name is indicative of a church, but the church is in the Lublin gmina, 1km to the east.
Zemborzyce Podleśna (Zemborzyce Podlesna)
A series of farmsteads strung along a lane, part of a larger grid of lanes in a large area of undulating arable land. Zemborzyce (Lublin gmina) is 2.5km to the southeast.
Zemborzyce Tereszynskie
A series of farmsteads strung along a lane, part of a larger grid of lanes in a large area of undulating arable land. Zemborzyce (Lublin gmina) is 3km to the east.
Zemborzyce Wojciechowskie
A series of farmsteads strung along a lane, part of a larger grid of lanes in a large area of undulating arable land. Zemborzyce (Lublin gmina) is 2.5km to the east.
 
Postal/Zip Codes for Konopnica Gmina
Konopnica 
Kozubszczyzna
Lipniak 
Marynin 
Motycz 
Motycz Józefin ( Motycz Jozefin ) 
Motycz Leśny ( Motycz Lesny ) 
Pawlin 
Płouszowice Kol. ( Plouszowice Kol. ) 
Radawczyk II 
Radawiec Duży ( Radawiec Duzy ) 
Radawiec Mały ( Radawiec Maly ) 
Sporniak 
Stasin 
Szerokie 
Tereszyn 
Uniszowice 
Zemborzyce Dolne 
Zemborzyce Podleśna ( Zemborzyce Podlesna ) 
Zemborzyce Tereszynskie 
Zemborzyce Wojciechowskie 
21-030 
21-030 
20-050 
21-030 
21-030 
21-008 
21-030 
24-205 
21-008 
24-205 
24-205 
24-205 
21-030 
21-030 
20-050 
21-030 
21-030 
20-492 
20-492 
20-492 
20-492

Map of the Gmina of Konopnica



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