Gmina Czyżew

Gmina Czyżew is an urban-rural gmina (administrative district) in Wysokie Mazowieckie County, Podlaskie Voivodeship, in north-eastern Poland. Its seat is the town of Czyżew, which lies approximately 19 kilometres (12 mi) south-west of Wysokie Mazowieckie and 67 km (42 mi) south-west of the regional capital Białystok.

Gmina Czyżew

Czyżew Commune

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Coordinates (Czyżew): 52°48′N 22°19′E
Country Poland
VoivodeshipPodlaskie
CountyWysokie Mazowieckie
SeatCzyżew
Area
  Total123.4 km2 (47.6 sq mi)
Population
 (2013[1])
  Total6,550
  Density53/km2 (140/sq mi)
  Urban
2,636
  Rural
3,914
Websitehttp://www.czyzewosada.pl/

The gmina covers an area of 123.4 square kilometres (47.6 sq mi), and as of 2006 its total population is 6,653. Prior to 2011 it was a rural gmina and was called Gmina Czyżew-Osada, with its seat in the village of Czyżew-Osada (now part of the town of Czyżew, which was created on 1 January 2011).

Villages

Apart from the town of Czyżew, the gmina contains the villages and settlements of Brulino-Koski, Brulino-Piwki, Czyżew Kościelny, Czyżew Ruś-Kolonia, Czyżew Ruś-Wieś, Czyżew-Chrapki, Czyżew-Pociejewo, Czyżew-Siedliska, Czyżew-Sutki, Dąbrowa Wielka, Dąbrowa-Cherubiny, Dąbrowa-Kity, Dąbrowa-Michałki, Dąbrowa-Nowa Wieś, Dąbrowa-Szatanki, Dmochy-Glinki, Dmochy-Mrozy, Dmochy-Rodzonki, Dmochy-Wochy, Dmochy-Wypychy, Godlewo-Kolonia, Godlewo-Piętaki, Jaźwiny-Koczoty, Kaczyn-Herbasy, Krzeczkowo-Gromadzyn, Krzeczkowo-Mianowskie, Krzeczkowo-Nowe Bieńki, Krzeczkowo-Stare Bieńki, Krzeczkowo-Szepielaki, Michałowo Wielkie, Ołdaki-Magna Brok, Rosochate Kościelne, Rosochate Nartołty, Siennica-Klawy, Siennica-Lipusy, Siennica-Pietrasze, Siennica-Święchy, Siennica-Szymanki, Stare Zalesie, Stary Kaczyn, Stokowo-Szerszenie, Święck-Strumiany, Szulborze-Kozy, Zalesie-Stefanowo, Zaręby-Bindugi, Zaręby-Góry Leśne, Zaręby-Skórki and Zaręby-Święchy.

Neighbouring gminas

Gmina Czyżew is bordered by the gminas of Andrzejewo, Boguty-Pianki, Klukowo, Nur, Szepietowo, Szulborze Wielkie, Wysokie Mazowieckie and Zambrów.

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