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Nowogródek Voivodeship (1507–1795)

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Navahrudak Voivodeship within Lithuania, in red Voivodeship's borders remained until the Union of Lublin which formed the Commonwealth Capital Nowogródek History    Established 1507    Third partition of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth 1795 Area 33,200 km2 12,819 sq mi Political subdivisions counties: three, and the Duchy of Sluck and Kopyl

Nowogródek Voivodeship Polish: województwo nowogródzkie, Lithuanian: Naugarduko vaivadija, Belarusian: Навагрудзкае ваяводзтва, Latin: Palatinatus Novogrodensis was a unit of administrative division of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania from 1507 and of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth from 1569, with the capital in the town of Nowogródek now Belarus


  • 1 History
  • 2 Voivodes
  • 3 See also
  • 4 Notes and references


Nowogródek Voivodeship in Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, 1619

The Voivodeship was composed of three counties, Nowogródek, Wołkowysk, Słonim, as well as the Duchy of Słuck It had two senators, two deputies for the Sejm, and two deputies for the Lithuanian Tribunal Its capital was the town of Nieśwież with the castle and treasury of the Radziwiłł family Nowogródek Voivodeship ceased to exist along with the sovereign state of Poland following the three Partitions of Poland, perpetrated by the neighboring empires towards the end of 18th century 1772, 1793, 1795

Zygmunt Gloger in his monumental book Historical Geography of the Lands of Old Poland provides this description of the Nowogródek Voivodeship:

“Slavic lands along the upper Niemen, after collapse of the Kievan Rus’ were in 1241 ransacked by the forces of the Mongol Empire, under Batu Khan After the Mongol raid, it turned into a desert, and was annexed by the Grand Duchy of Lithuania In c 1500, local Lithuanian dukes were named voivodes, thus Nowogródek Voivodeship was created Like the neighbouring Brest Litovsk Voivodeship, Nowogródek Voivodeship was rather narrow but very long, stretching from the upper Narew and Bialowieza Forest, to the spot where the Ptsich flows into the Pripyat

Nowogródek Voivodeship was divided into three counties: those of Nowogródek, Wolkowysk, and Slonim Furthermore, it included the Duchy of Sluck and Kopyl Each county had its own sejmik, with each electing two deputies to the Sejm, and two to the Lithuanian Tribunal It had only two senators, who were the Voivode and the Castellan of Nowogródek Northern part of the voivodeship, mainly the County of Nowogródek and the Duchy of Sluck were among most fertile lands in Lithuania, with hilly landscape and several beautiful towns, such as Tuhanowicze, Switez and Woroncza"


  • Martynas Goštautas Marcin Gasztołdowicz; 1464–1471, appointed by King Casimir Jagiellon
  • Albrecht Goštautas 1508–1514, to King Sigismund I the Old
  • Jan Zabrzeziński 1514–1530
  • Stanislovas Goštautas Stanisław Gasztołd, 1530–1542, to King Sigismund II Augustus
  • Grzegorz Ostik 1542–1544
  • Aleksander Chodkiewicz 1544–1549
  • Alexander Polubinsky 1549–1151
  • Ivan Ermine 1551–1558
  • Paweł Sapieha 1558–1579
  • Mikołaj VII Radziwiłł 1579–1590
  • Teodor Skumin Tyszkiewicz 1590–1618
  • Mikołaj Sapieha 1618–1638, to King Sigismund III Vasa
  • Aleksander Słuszka 1638–1643
  • Tomasz Sapieha I 1643–IV 1646
  • Jury Hreptovich 1646–1650
  • Nicholas Kshiftof Khaletskaya 1650–1653
  • Peter Kazimierz Vezhevich 1653–1658
  • Krzysztof Wołodkowicz Family 1658–1670
  • Jan Kersnovskaya 1670
  • Dmitrij Polubinsky 1670–1689
  • Alexander Bohuslav Unehovsky 1689
  • Stefan Tyzenhauz 1689–1709
  • Jan Mikołaj Radziwiłł 1709–1729
  • Mikołaj Faustin Radziwiłł 1729–1746
  • Jerzy Radziwiłł 1746–1754
  • Józef Aleksander Jabłonowski 1754–1773
  • Józef Niesiołowski 1773–1795

See also

  • Nowogródek Voivodeship 1919–1939

Notes and references

  1. ^ Nowogrodek Voivodeship, description by Zygmunt Gloger Geografia historyczna ziem dawnej Polski
  2. ^ Żmigrodzki J "Nowogródek i okolice" Nowogródek, 1931 Nakładem Nowogródzkiego Oddziału Polsk Tow Krajoznawczego z zasiłkiem Ministerstwa Robót Publicznych Retrieved August 5, 2011 

Coordinates: 53°36′06″N 25°49′38″E / 53601723°N 25827310°E / 53601723; 25827310

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