Krzyki

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Krzyki district on the map of Wrocław

Krzyki (German: Krietern): is one of the five administrative boroughs (dzielnicas) of Wrocław, Poland. It is located in the south of the city; the other boroughs are Fabryczna, Śródmieście, Psie Pole and Stare Miasto.

Krzyki is also the name of one of the settlements within this borough.

Subdivision[edit]

The borough is subdivided in the following quarters. In brackets the German names and the year of their incorporation into Wrocław:

Bieńkowice (Benkwitz/1951), Bierdzany (Pirscham/1928), Borek (Kleinburg/1897), Brochów (Brockau/1951), Gaj (Herdain/1904), Huby (Huben/1868), Jagodno (1951), Klecina (Klettendorf/1951), Krzyki (Krietern/1928), Księże Małe i Wielkie (Klein- und Grosstschansch/1928), Lamowice Stare (Alt-Lammerwitz/1951), Nowy Dom (Neuhaus/1928), Ołtaszyn (Oltaschin/1951), Opatowice (Ottwitz/1928), Partynice (Hartlieb/1928), Południe (1868), Przedmieście Oławskie (Ohleviertel/1808), Rakowiec (Morgenau/1904), Świątniki (Schweitnig/1928), Tarnogaj (1904), Wilczy Kąt (Wolfswinkel/1808), Wojszyce (Woischwitz/1951)

Notable residents[edit]


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Coordinates: 51°04′48″N 17°03′12″E / 51.08000°N 17.05333°E / 51.08000; 17.05333