Czyńcze ( German: Czynzen until 1926, changing spellings Czynczen and Czyntschen, 1938-1945 Zinschen ) is a scoring for community Kalinowo village in the northeastern Mazury in Polish Warmia - Masuria, Elk County.
The village is located nine kilometers in a straight line southwest of the town Kalinowo ( German calligrapher Owen ) in the vicinity of a leading Pisanica after Sypitki highway.
The place Czynzen was taken shortly before 1500 by immigrant settlers from Mazovia and had for a long time an exclusively Masovian population. The place name derives from the Polish word for (rental ) interest.
On May 27, 1874 came in the wake of a Prussian government reform a new office district Sawadden, belonged to the next Sypittken rural communities Brodowen, Buczylowen, Cziessen, Czyntschen, Jebramken, Small Lasken, Krzywen, Kutzen, Ossarken and Statzen and Gutsbezirk Sawadden.
On June 30, 1906, was renamed the Amtsbezirks Sawadden in District Sypittken, preceded by the Gutsbezirk Sawadden was reclassified to the neighboring District Wieschniewen.
1908 included the District Sypittken rural communities Czießen, Czynczen, Small Lasken, Kutzen, round flow (up to renaming 1907 Krzywen ) Statzen and Sypittken and Gutsbezirk Elk, Domänenamt (partially).
1910 Czynczen had 39 inhabitants.
1931 included in the framework of territorial changes of the District Sypittken rural communities Czynzen, Small Lasken, Kutzen, circular flow, Seeheim (up to renaming of 1908: Czießen ) Statzen and Sypittken.
1933 were recorded in Czynzen 38 inhabitants.
The place name Czynzen was changed on 16 July 1938 at the wake of the massive Germanization of place names Masurian, Polish or Lithuanian origin in Zinschen.
1939 Zinschen ( Czynzen ) 45 inhabitants.
After the end of World War II in 1945 to the German Empire ( East Prussia ) belonging Zinschen fell to Poland. The resident population was German, if they had not fled, largely expelled after 1945 or expelled and replaced in addition to the traditional Masurian minority by new residents from other parts of Poland. The place Zinschen was renamed the Polish spelling of the historic city name Czynzen in Czyńcze.
From 1975 to 1998 belonged to Czyńcze former Suwałki Voivodeship, then came 1999 on the newly formed Warmia and Mazury.
Currently, the village has 60 inhabitants Czyńcze.
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- Place of Warmia and Mazury
- Gmina Kalinowo