These are the towns that I do not have any other information on, if you are willing to share any information please let me know

District of Stanislawow

As I have a lack of information on these towns there is little point in creating a individual page for each town, as more information becomes available a separate page will be created.

DOLINA

The town first appeared between the 9th - 10th centuries. In 1525 the Magdeburg Right was given by Polish King. On the seals of 1629, 1695 and 1782 there is a picture of "Four Balls" on a shield. There is no reliable explanation about the picture.

 

On the Coat of Arms of 1870 in an azure field there is a picture of five white furnaces of salt. On a seal of 1888 a shield is crowned

 

The Coat of Arms of the Polish 1920 - 1939 period is decorated with a crown and an ornamental kartusz.

 

KALUSH

For the first time it was mentioned in written documents of the XIII century as a fortress of Galicko-Wolynske state. In 1549 the Magdeburg Right is given.

KOSOW

For the first time it was mentioned in 1424 in a deed of prince Swidrigalo. The historical emblem of Kosow is a seal with a triple felling wooden Hutsul church.

KOSMACZ

For the first time it was mentioned in 1424

KUTY

The first written mention to the town refers to 1441.

The Coat of Arms of the Austrian period represents an azure field with an argent of two towered fortified castle. One tower is destroyed.


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NADWORNA

The first written mention of the town refers to 1591

The Coat of Arms of the Austrian period represents a guiles field with an banner with a broken staff.

NEZWYSKO

Is known from 1440 as Nezwistsze

TYSMIENICIA

For the first time it was mentioned in Ipatiiv chronicle in 1143. In 1449 it was given the Magdeburg Right.

The Coat of Arms of the Austrian period looks like a per pale shield. In the right half there is an Austrian emblem of Haliczyna, that is a sable jackdaw with furled wings in an azure field. Under the jackdaw there are three crowns. In the left half you see the emblem of the Potocki's - "Pilawa".

Districts of

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