Rudnica (former: Hammer) is a village in the province of Lubuskie in the west of Poland.
Some things you may not know about Rudnica:
- Until 1945 Rudnica was called Hammer and part of Germany.
- At the last official count 375 people lived in Rudnica.
- Rudnica is located in the Krzeszyce gmina (district) of Sulecin county.
- A railway line once connected Rudnica to Sulecin and Gorzow. It closed in the 1990s.
- It is located approximately 14 kilometres south-west of the city of Gorzów Wielkopolski.
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