Four photographs of Sieniawa (Schnoenow) near Lagow, on an old picture postcard mailed in 1921.
Sieniawa (former: Schoenow NM) is a village near the town of Lagow in the province of Lubuskie in western Poland.
The railway station, store, and main street in Sieniawa (Schoenow N.M), c.1921.
Three things you might not know about Sieniawa:
- The wooden tower of the church dates back to the early 18th century.
- Brown coal (Lignite) has been mined in the village since 1873.
- The total population was less than 1,000 at the last official count in 2010.
The church, manor house, a shop, and park in Sieniawa (German: Schnoenow Neumark) near Lagow, c.1926.
Four more images of Sieniawa (Schnoenow) in what is now the Polish province of Lubuskie, c.1939.
See also: old images of and information on nearby Poźrzadło (former: Spiegelberg N.M).