Liśnica (river)

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The Liśnica about 3 km before Białogard

The Liśnica about 3 km before Białogard

location West Pomeranian Voivodeship , Poland
River system Parsęta
Drain over Parsęta  → Baltic Sea
source south of Nosibądy
muzzle in Białogard in the Persante Coordinates: 54 ° 0 ′ 23 "  N , 15 ° 58 ′ 5"  E 54 ° 0 ′ 23 "  N , 15 ° 58 ′ 5"  E

length 32 km
Right tributaries Leszczynka (Hasselbach)

The Liśnica [liɕˈɲit͡sa] (German name Leitznitz ) is a small river in Poland that flows through the western district of Białogard (Belgard) in the West Pomeranian Voivodeship .

The Liśnica rises south of Nosibądy (Naseband) in the Szczecinek (Neustettin) district in the Dramburger Lake District (Polish: Pojezierze Drawskie).

Bridge over the Liśnica in Białogard

At its distance of 32 kilometers, the river passes through the places Kikowo (Kieckow) , Krosinko (small Krössin) , Borzysław (Burzlaff) , Podborsko (Kiefheide) , Modrolas (Mandelatz) Dobrowo (lower / upper Dubberow) and Żytelkowo (Siedkow) before it also flows into the Persante (Parsęta) in the district town of Białogard (Belgard) a few meters after the Mogilica (Muglitz) . (The former German residents also called their city "Dreiflüssestadt".)

A tributary to the Liśnica is the Leszczynka (Hasselbach) , which flows in near Borzysław.

In the period before 1945 the Leitznitz supplied numerous mills with water power. From Borzysław the Liśnica is now a suitable route for canoeing.


  • Hans-Jürgen Molzahn: The "Bach" in Belgard. In: The Belgard district. From the story of a Pomeranian home district. Belgard-Schivelbein home district committee, Celle 1989, pp. 50–56.

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