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Lubsko When the Brandenburg Elector Albert III Achilles of Hohenzollern acquired the nearby Silesian towns of Krossen (Krosno Odrzańskie) and Züllichau (Sulechów) in 1482, the adjacent Lubsko area too came into the possession of Brandenburg and was incorporated into of the Neumark district. From 1816 on the town belonged to the Prussian Province of Brandenburg. In 1846 Sommerfeld received a station on the railway line connecting Berlin with Breslau (Wrocław).
Lubsko The last German Empress Augusta Viktoria of Schleswig-Holstein was born in Dolzig Palace (Dłużek, part of modern Lubsko) in 1858. The neurologist Alfred Goldscheider was born in Sommerfeld in the same year. Gerhard Domagk attended school in Sommerfeld until he was 14; the scientist would later win the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1939. The actress Joanna Brodzik attended elementary school in Lubsko in the 1980s. Ewelina Flinta the Polish singer was born here.
Lubsko Lubsko (, Lower Sorbian: "Žemŕ") is a town in Żary County in the Lubusz Voivodeship in western Poland. It is the administrative seat of the Gmina Lubsko and has a population of 15,370 as of February 1, 2005.
Lubsko The town in the historic Lower Lusatia region was first documented in 1258 and received town privileges by the Lusatian margrave Henry III of Wettin in 1283. The name "Sommerfeld", German for "summer field", already appeared in an 1106 deed allegedly issued by margrave Henry I of Wettin, who nevertheless had died three years before. The Wettin margraves sold the town to Brandenburg in 1304. Given in pawn several times, Emperor Charles IV of Luxembourg finally granted Lubsko with Lower Lusatia to the Silesian Piast duke Bolko II the Small. After Bolko's death in 1368 it was seized as a reverted fief by the Bohemian Crown.
Gmina Lubsko Gmina Lubsko is an urban-rural gmina (administrative district) in Żary County, Lubusz Voivodeship, in western Poland. Its seat is the town of Lubsko, which lies approximately north-west of Żary and south-west of Zielona Góra.
Gmina Lubsko The gmina covers an area of , and as of 2006 its total population is 19,360 (out of which the population of Lubsko amounts to 14,767, and the population of the rural part of the gmina is 4,593).
Gmina Lubsko Apart from the town of Lubsko, Gmina Lubsko contains the villages and settlements of Białków, Chełm Żarski, Chocicz, Chocimek, Dąbrowa, Dłużek, Dłużek-Kolonia, Gareja, Górzyn, Gozdno, Grabków, Janowice, Kałek, Lutol, Małowice, Mierków, Mokra, Nowiniec, Osiek, Raszyn, Stara Woda, Tarnów, Tuchola Duża, Tuchola Mała, Tuchola Żarska, Tymienice and Ziębikowo.
Gmina Lubsko Gmina Lubsko is bordered by the gminas of Bobrowice, Brody, Gubin, Jasień, Nowogród Bobrzański and Tuplice.
Białków, Żary County Białków () is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Lubsko, within Żary County, Lubusz Voivodeship, in western Poland. It lies approximately east of Lubsko, north-west of Żary, and south-west of Zielona Góra.
Dłużek, Lubusz Voivodeship Dłużek () is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Lubsko, within Żary County, Lubusz Voivodeship, in western Poland. It lies approximately south-west of Lubsko, north-west of Żary, and south-west of Zielona Góra.