Nowe Sady (Mikołajki)

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Nowe Sady
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Nowe Sady (Poland)
Nowe Sady
Nowe Sady
Basic data
State : Poland
Voivodeship : Warmia-Masuria
Powiat : Mrągowo
Gmina : Mikołajki
Geographic location : 53 ° 49 '  N , 21 ° 32'  E Coordinates: 53 ° 48 '53 "  N , 21 ° 31' 55"  E
Residents : 180 (2006)
Postal code : 11-730
Telephone code : (+48) 87
License plate : NMR
Economy and Transport
Street : Prawdowo / DK 16Cimowo - Faszcze
Rail route : no rail connection
Next international airport : Danzig

Nowe Sady ( German  Neu Schaden ) is a village in the Polish Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship and belongs to the urban and rural municipality of Mikołajki (Nikolaiken) in the Powiat Mrągowski ( Sensburg district ).

Geographical location

Nowe Sady is located in the heart of the Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship , 16 kilometers east of the district town of Mrągowo ( German  Sensburg ).


The small village of Neu Schaden and was an estate in the municipality of Schaden ( Stare Sady in Polish ) until 1945 . Thus it belonged to the Sensburg district within the Prussian province of East Prussia . In 1905 Neu Schaden had 71 inhabitants.

In 1945 the town was in consequence of the war with the entire southern East Prussia to Poland handed over and received the Polish form of the name "Nowe Sady". Today it is the seat of a Schulzenamt ( Polish Sołectwo ) and as such a place in the network of the urban and rural municipality Mikołajki (Nikolaiken) in powiat Mrągowski ( Sensburg district ), until 1998 of the Suwałki Voivodeship , since then part of the Warmia-Masurian Voivodeship . In 2006 Nowe Sady had 180 inhabitants.


Until 1945 Neu Schaden was parish in the Protestant parish church Nikolaiken in the church province of East Prussia of the Church of the Old Prussian Union and also in the Catholic St. Adalbert Church in Sensburg in the Diocese of Warmia . Today Nowe Sady belongs to Mikołajki again on the Protestant side , but is now assigned to the Masurian diocese of the Evangelical-Augsburg Church in Poland . On the Catholic side, today there is also membership of Mikołajki, whose parish church belongs to the diocese of Ełk in the Polish Catholic Church .


Nowe Sady is on a side street that branches off from the Polish state road 16 (formerly German Reichsstraße 127 ) at Prawdowo (Pradowen , from 1929 to 1945 Wahrendorf) and leads to Faszcze (Faszen , from 1938 to 1945 Fasten) . There is no train connection.

Individual evidence

  1. Polish Postal Code Directory 2013, p. 826
  2. Dietrich Lange, Geographical Location Register East Prussia (2005): New Damage
  3. a b c New damage at GenWiki
  4. Walther Hubatsch , History of the Protestant Church of East Prussia , Volume 3 Documents , Göttingen 1968, p. 501