|Voivodeship :||West Pomerania|
|Geographic location :|
|Telephone code :||(+48) 94|
|License plate :||ZSD|
|Economy and Transport|
|Rail route :||Świdwin station on the Stargard Szczeciński – Gdańsk railway line|
|Next international airport :||Szczecin-Goleniów|
Jastrzębniki is ten kilometers north of Świdwin and two kilometers west of the voivodship road No. 162 from Kołobrzeg ( Kolberg ) to Drawsko Pomorskie ( Dramburg ). The train station is Świdwin on the Stargard Szczeciński – Gdańsk railway line .
The circular knight village Falkenberg was mentioned for the first time in 1386. At that time, Bailiff Kaspar von Briesen assigned five hooves to the church at Schivelbein. In 1540 Falkenberg came to the Order of St. John with the princely office of Schivelbein .
In 1928 Falkenberg was incorporated into the Technow (Ciechnowo) community. If the place belonged to the district of Schivelbein until 1932, with its dissolution it came to the district of Belgard (Persante) . Falkenberg was in the administrative and civil registry district of Kreitzig (Krzecko) in the district court area of Schivelbein.
In 1939 Falkenberg had 139 inhabitants. The 934 hectare manor was owned by Baron Ivo von Bothmer until 1945.
On March 3, 1945 the place was occupied by Soviet troops . After the expulsion of the indigenous population of the village was in Polish hands and is now considered Jastrzębniki a district of the rural community Sławoborze and Świdwin County.
Falkenberg to 1945 was an independent Parish, with the churches Grössin (Krosino) and Pribslaff (Stary Przybysław) the Parish formed Grössin. It was located in the church district of Schivelbein in the church province of Pomerania in the Protestant church of the Old Prussian Union . The patronage of the church was last held by the manor Rittmeister Ivo Freiherr von Bothmer. The parish Falkenberg had 300 parishioners in 1940 and 1293 in the entire parish. The last clergyman before 1945 was Pastor Martin Lüpke.
At the beginning of the 20th century, Falkenberg received a new church to replace the medieval thatched half-timbered building that was demolished in 1902 because of dilapidation.
The new church, a handsome building with red bricks in the old religious style, held 250 worshipers and was inaugurated on September 18, 1903. On Ascension Day of the following year, the new organ could also be handed over to its destination.
- Belgard County. From the history of a Pomeranian home district , ed. v. Belgard-Schivelbein home district committee, Celle, 1989