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|Voivodeship :||Lower Silesia|
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|Postal code :||56-504|
|Telephone code :||(+48) 62|
|License plate :||DOL|
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|Next international airport :||Wroclaw|
Prehistoric and early historical discoveries were made in the village and its surroundings as early as the 19th century. The village is mentioned for the first time in the foundation book of the Wroclaw diocese (Liber fundationes).
A school was founded in Reesewitz before 1663. The last school building was from 1887. It contained two classrooms and the apartment for the teacher. The last main teacher and organist was Kurt Reichert, who also directed the choral society and the church choir. Some school children also came to the village from the Vorwerk 1 km away .
Reesewitz formed its own official and civil registry district , which also included the villages of Galbitz and Mühlwitz. According to the census of May 17, 1939, the village had 527 inhabitants. The total area was 1097 hectares. After the owner family, the Counts of Dyhrn , died out, the estate was repopulated in 1920/21. The settlers came from the province of Poznan .
The church in Reesewitz was first mentioned in a document in 1524. In 1747 the Protestant church was rebuilt, with the altar and pulpit being taken from the old church. One of the two church bells bore the year 1614. In the Reesewitz church there was also a baptism angel, similar to the one in Pangau .
The Reesewitz church was a refuge church for Protestants from the Groß-Wartenberg district during the Counter-Reformation . In addition to Ulbersdorf, the Reesewitz parish also included Groß-Wartenberg and the villages of Neu Stradam, Nieder Stradam, Kunzendorf, Dalbersdorf and Grunwitz. The last Protestant pastor in Reesewitz was Fritz Helbig. A Protestant community nurse (deaconess) worked in Reesewitz , and there was a community kindergarten.
- Konrad Adolf von Dyhrn (1803–1869), aristocrat , politician , philosopher , poet and landowner
- Alexandra von Dyhrn (1873–1945), genealogist