Gryfice koło dworca PKP
District gryficki - Polish district located in Western Pomerania, created in 1999 within the framework of the administrative reform.
's seat is the city of Gryfice. northern boundary of the district to designate a stretch of 40 km shore of the Baltic Sea, bordered on the west by districts: Kamienski and Goleniów, the eastern border a kołobrzeski district and in the south district of the county bordered gryficki łobeskim, whose establishment in 2002 led to the current shape of the district gryfickiego. occurs on the county food and wood industries. Baltic coastal strip of sandy beaches is a significant advantage, which makes tourism an important part of the economy, especially in the municipality of Rewal and Trzebiatów. The district includes: urban and rural: Gryfice, Fences, Trzebiatów rural communities: Brojce, Karnice, Rewal. Within county there are 3 cities: Gryfice, Fences, Trzebiatów.
Park Gryficki In the area of Gryfice the Battle of Niekładź took plcace in 1121, in which Polish rule...
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