Bohlberg (living space)

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Bohlberg was a residential area in the Prussian province of Pomerania .

The living space arose from a forester's house , which was built in the 19th century on the southwestern edge of the Kolberger Stadtwald. In 1864 the government in Köslin approved the name "Forsthaus Bohlberg". According to the census of 1871, Bohlberg, which belonged to the Kolberg district , had a house with six residents.

Until 1945 Bohlberg formed a residential area in the Kolberg district and belonged with this to the province of Pomerania. After 1945, the place of residence came to Poland , like all of Western Pomerania . Today the place is in the area of ​​the Polish Gmina Dygowo (rural municipality Degow) and belongs to the Schulzenamt Stramniczka (Neu Tramm) .

Web links


  1. ^ Official journal of the royal government in Cöslin . 1864, p. 58, no. 87 ( online ).
  2. ^ The municipalities and manor districts of the Prussian state. Volume 3, Province of Pomerania. Publishing house of the Royal Statistical Bureau, Berlin 1874, p. 114, footnote to 2 ( online ).
  3. ^ Bohlberg in the Pommern information system.

Coordinates: 54 ° 9 ′ 47 "  N , 15 ° 40 ′ 57"  E