The Gmina Bielice ( German: Beelitz ) is a rural municipality in the powiat Pyrzycki in Polish West Pomeranian Voivodeship. Headquartered in the village Bielice. The municipality covers an area of 84.12 km ², which corresponds to 11.6 % of the total area of the Powiats. In terms of area size, the Gmina stands at 101 out of 114 municipalities in the West Pomeranian Voivodeship.
The number of inhabitants in 2007 was just under 2952, of which 560 in Amtsort Bielice lived.
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Through the municipal area stretches from southwest to northeast, the river Bielica that springs north of Swochowo ( Schwochow ) and after 17 kilometers in Jezioro Będgoszcz ( Bangastsee ) opens.
Neighboring communities of Gmina Bielice are:
- Kozielice ( Köselitz ) and Gmina Pyrzyce ( Pomerania ) in the powiat Pyrzycki,
- Banie (train ), Gryfino ( Pommern ) and starlings Czarnowo (Neumark ) in Gryfiński powiat ( county Greifenhagen ).
Partner church in Germany is the community Tantow in a circle Uckermark in Brandenburg.
The municipality is the uniform postal code 74-202 applies.
The community Bielice includes twelve villages, each of which acts as its own mayor's office:
- Babin ( Babbin )
- Babinek (small Babbin )
- Będgoszcz ( Schützenaue )
- Bielice ( Beelitz )
- Chabowo (Alt Falkenberg )
- Chabówko ( New Falkenberg )
- Line ( line )
- Nowe Chrapowo ( New Grape )
- Nowe line (new line )
- Parsów ( Wartenberg )
- Stare Chrapowo ( Old Grape )
- Swochowo ( Schwochow ).
Only two little major roads run through the area of Gmina Bielice which is developed by the way of country roads. But touching the high-traffic country road 3 the extreme northeast of the district Będgoszcz ( Schützenaue ) and establishes a connection to the road network.
Between 1898 and 1996, a small path of Pyritz tracks and then the Polish State Railways drove on the present territory of Gmina Bielice and was with the train stations Nowe Chrapowo ( New Grape ), Stare Chrapowo ( Old Grape ), line ( rope ) and Bielice - Parsów ( Beelitz - Wartenberg ) "on stream ". The nearest railway station is now Pyrzyce ( Pomerania ).