Skoki German: Schokken is a town in Poland, Greater Poland Voivodeship, Wągrowiec County, with 3,779 inhabitants December 2004 It is located about 40 km north of Poznań It is the seat of the administrative district gmina called Gmina Skoki
Established in 1367, it has always been a town with handicraft, in particular cloth weaving up to the 19th century
During World War II it was incorporated into the Nazi Reichsgau Wartheland At this time an Oflag was established - Oflag XXI-A, later renumbered Oflag XXI-C
The town has a church which lies on the Wooden Churches Trail around Puszcza Zielonka
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Coordinates: 52°40′00″N 17°10′00″E / 5266667°N 1716667°E / 5266667; 1716667
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