Reda, Poland


Reda Pomeranian: Réda, German: Rheda is a town on the river Reda in Kashubia or Eastern Pomerania region, north-western Poland with some 17,000 inhabitants Situated in the Wejherowo County in Pomeranian Voivodeship since 1999, previously in Gdańsk Voivodeship 1975-1998

It is connected by well developed railway and highway connections to the Tricity, an agglomeration of over 1 million on the coast of Gdańsk Bay

Contents

  • 1 Population
  • 2 Village Reda
  • 3 See also
  • 4 External links

Population

Year
Pop ±% pa
1768 74 —    
1869 692 +224%
1872 763 +331%
1924 1,000 +052%
1968 5,400 +391%
Year
Pop ±% pa
1982 6,091 +086%
1991 14,000 +969%
1999 17,200 +261%
2001 17,634 +125%
2011 22,030 +225%

Village Reda

Village Reda

View of Reda

In 1357 first mentioned in documents Later it shared the history of the province:

  • 1308 Teutonic Order state
  • 1466 Poland, province Royal Prussia
  • 1772 First Partition of Poland → Kingdom of Prussia, province West Prussia
  • 1920 Poland, Pomeranian Voivodeship
  • 1939 Polish defense in WW2

annexed by Germany to the province Danzig-West Prussia

  • 1945 Poland, Pomeranian Voivodeship
  • 1967 Found the town of Reda Reda has now 5400 inhabitants
  • 1982 Reda has now 6091 inhabitants Dynamic growth started
  • 1982-1999 Population of Reda has grown 3 fold

See also

  • Reda - railway station in PKP or Reda - railway station in SKM articles
  • Reda Pieleszewo railway stop
  • Reda Rekowo railway stop
  • Reda River

External links

  • Reda's official web site


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