dlaczego warto odwiedzić gminę Zakrzew?
Folk house in Gulinek
It is a great pleasure to invite you to the common room in Gulinek. It exists from 2009. We want to show people how great adventure is acquisiton of knowledge and creative spending time outdoors in nice company
Museum of Fire Prevention
It is place dat Volunteer Fire Brigades on 9th November 2014 to remind about devotion of firemen. The initiator was Slawomir Bialkowski, mayor of the community of Zakrzew and Krzysztof Grzyb, Director of VFB.
Every year in June there is a historical picnic on the fields in Taczew. The place is called Historical Complex „Knigths of the Mother of God”. It gathers lovers of history not only from the neighbourhood,
Today using a mobile application you can visit the most interesting cultural attractions of our community and learn about their history.
tętniąca życiem, pełnia kultury
Oferta kulturalna Gminy Zakrzew obfituje w warte zobaczenia zabytki architektury, a także historii.
Każdy z miłośników aktywnego spędzania czasu odnajdzie dla siebie interesujące punkty warte poznania.
Zainteresowanych historią rycerstwa zapraszamy do odwiedzenia Parku Historycznego Rycerzy Bogurodzicy i Muzeum Etosu Rycerskiego,
natomiast miłośników techniki zapraszamy do muzeum Pożarnictwa
6 instytucji kulturalnych
obiekty i trasy turystyczne
Zabytki i pomniki przyrody
Cerekiew, parish church dedicated to St. Stanislaus the Bishop
Zakrzew, parish church dedicated to St. John the Baptist, XVIII
Zakrzew, church bell tower
Zakrzew, park, half of XIX
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First written note comes from 1317 when Zakrzew belonged to Dzierzko and Ostasza from Bejsce. According to the tax list from 1569 the owners were Jan and Wojciech Podlodowscy. They were big and noble family in county of Radom. They were calvins, so they changed the catholic church in Zakrzew into calvinist. Because of this
Around the pond placed in that village was found early-medieval settlement with a diameter of 23 m. It means that history of that country is old, but records are younger. On 30 november 1317 prince Wladyslaw Lokietek announced document about the villages of Dzierżko and Ostasza from Bejsce coat of arms Lewart. Between many villages
It arose in XVI thanks to Podlodowscy. At that time were many villages with the word “Wola”. For hundreds of years it had the same owners as Zakrzew. In XIX there was grange counting 975 feuds. Grange included Zakrzewska Wola and Stefanow. In 1919 it was morceled, and Zakrzewska Wola was created. The same time
The settlement arose in XVI. The name comes from personal “Wac”. According to lustration from 1564 the village belonged to foreman of Radom. Inhabitants of Wacyn had other duties than rest of king’s villages. They had to do special jobs, commisioned by authorities of Radom. There were 6 peasants in Wacyn. Wacyn was free from
The beginning of that village are in XV. In 1415 in court records from Sandomierz appears name Taczowska Wolya. The country was probably made by Powala from taczow. That note informs about dividing property between Powala and his brother. Wola Taczowska went to Powala. In XV Wola Taczowska belonged to Mszczuj Powala and had 8
Taczow was created in XIV. First written records comes from 1415, but we need to assume, that settlement existed before. There is the relic of the early-medieval settlement with a diameter of 18 meters and a height of about 5 meters. The written history is connected with the person of Powala from Taczow. The knight
This place was made in XV. Jan Dlugosz in “Liber Beneficiorum…” placed a short note about the village. At that time the heir was Abraham Nieczatowski. The name, according to linguists, comes from old-ppolish word “czat”. In 1884 the land was completely morceled.
Mleczkow was made by foremen of Radom. It was King’s village. First written information comes from 1470-1480 in Jan Dlugosz’s records. The name comes from old-polish personal “Mleczek, Mleczko”. On january 29th, 1549 Mleczkow became private ownership of nobles. King Zygmunt August gave that country and several others to Stanislaw Podlodowski, trying to get the
In 1449 Zbigniew Socha from Konczyce took on lease from Stanislaw from Smogorzow a feud of land in Milejowice. It’s the first record about that village. Another information comes from Jan Dlugosz’s books from 1470 – 80. The name called there is Mylleyowycze from personal “Milej”.