Nad Odrą[a] was a district of the city of Szczecin, Poland, that functioned from 1954 to 1976.

Nad Odrą
District of Szczecin
1954–1976
Szczecin Nad Odrą 1965.svg
Nad Odrą within Szczecin in 1965.
CapitalSzczecin
Area 
• 1955
54 km2 (21 sq mi)
• 1961
56 km2 (22 sq mi)
Population 
• 1961
33 992
History
 • TypeDistrict
History 
• Established
7 October 1954
• Disestablished
19 November 1976
Contained within
 • Country Polish People's Republic
 • VoivodeshipSzczecin (1954–1975)
Szczecin (1975–1976)
 • CountySzczecin (1954–1975)
 • GminaSzczecin
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Szczecin
Szczecin

HistoryEdit

Nad Odrą was established on 7 October 1954, as one of four district of the city of Szczecin, Poland. The other three districts were: Dąbie, Pogodno, Śródmieście. It bordered Dąbie to the west, Pogodno to the west, and Śródmieście to the north.[1] In 1955, it had an area of 54 square metres (580 sq ft), and in 1961, 56 square metres (600 sq ft). In 1961, it was inhabited by 33 992 people.[2] It existed until 19 November 1976, when the district were abolished.[3]

The city was again divided into districts in 1990. The former area of Nad Odrą, was divided between Północ, and Śródmieście.[4]

SubdivisionsEdit

The district was subdivided into 8 administrative neighbourhoods.[1][2]

Neighbourhood Population (1960)[2]
Drzetowo 2562
Glinki-Stołczyn 6595
Gocław 800
Golęcin 5851
Niebuszewo II 5355
Skolwin 3924
Warszewo 2214
Żelechowo 5085

CitationsEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Translation from Polish: next to Oder

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