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Solec Kujawski [ˈsɔlɛt͡s kuˈjafskʲi] (German: Schulitz) is a town with 15,505 inhabitants and an area of 176 km², situated 14 kilometres southeast of Bydgoszcz in Poland at 53°4′N 18°14′E / 53.067°N 18.233°E / 53.067; 18.233. Solec Kujawski belongs to the Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship. The town features Saint Stanislaus in its coat of arms.

Solec Kujawski
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Flag of Solec Kujawski
Flag
Coat of arms of Solec Kujawski
Coat of arms
Solec Kujawski is located in Poland
Solec Kujawski
Solec Kujawski
Coordinates: 53°5′N 18°14′E / 53.083°N 18.233°E / 53.083; 18.233Coordinates: 53°5′N 18°14′E / 53.083°N 18.233°E / 53.083; 18.233
Country Poland
VoivodeshipKuyavian-Pomeranian
CountyBydgoszcz
GminaSolec Kujawski
Area
 • Total18.68 km2 (7.21 sq mi)
Population (2006)
 • Total15,060
 • Density810/km2 (2,100/sq mi)
Postal code86-050
Websitehttp://www.soleckujawski.pl

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Urban partsEdit

  • Makowiska
  • Otorowo
  • Przyłubie
  • Solec Kujawski - City
  • Wypaleniska

Massacre during Second World WarEdit

During the German Invasion of Poland in 1939, Wehrmacht soldiers and local German minority members murdered 44 people from the town on 14 September. Some of the victims were brutally beaten with rifles (up to the point that they broke apart).[1]

Points of interestEdit

South of Solec Kujawski there is the longwave-transmitter Solec Kujawski.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Szymon Datner "55 dni Wehrmachtu w Polsce" page 387-388