|Geographic location :|
|Postal code :||13-241|
|Telephone code :||(+48) 23|
|License plate :||NDZ|
|Economy and Transport|
|Street :||Mława - Lubawa|
|Rail route :||Nasielsk – Działdowo|
|Next international airport :||Warsaw|
Narzym [ ˈnaʒɨm ] (German Wildenau ) is a village in the municipality of Iłowo-Osada in Poland. It is located 8 km southeast of the city of Działdowo (Soldau) and belongs to the powiat Działdowski , Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship .
The place was first mentioned as Wildenau in 1419, later renamed Narzym after a change of ownership. A church in the village was mentioned shortly after it was founded. Due to the Reformation in the Duchy of Prussia , the parish became Protestant.
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On January 17, 1920, after the Peace Treaty of Versailles (because of the Gdansk – Warsaw railway ) , the place fell to Poland without a referendum. Through the attack on Poland in September 1939, Narzym came to East Prussia and the Neidenburg district, contrary to international law . In the East Prussian operation , Narzym was occupied by the Red Army in January 1945 and came back to Poland.
Son of the place
- Andreas Concius (1628–1682), German mathematician