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I offer the guest rooms in the house situated 6 minutes from the sea in the village near Rusinowo Jarosławca. I have drawn up for Member:
- rooms 2.4, with bathroom, TV, radio, electric kettle, Refrigerator - a separate entrance
- rooms 2.4 personal with shared bathroom, radio and electric kettle,
- home, tasty meals on the spot,
- playground for children,
- secure parking on the premises,
- grill tables and chairs,
- all guests rent stage backdrops and sliced open
Rusinowo - village in Poland located in West Pomerania province, sławieńskim, in the municipality of Postomino. By author monograph Rusinowa, Karl Rosenowa, village was founded on the German law about 1300 by Rutza that it was one of the settlers of Lower Saxony and the Rhineland. Recorded Mold Name Rural development: Rusenhagen (1444), Ruczenhagen (1496), Rutzenhagen (1545), Rützenhagen (1730) actually suggest that the founder was represented by the von Rutze (Russe, Rusche, Reutz, Ritze and similarly) originating from the countryside Rutze/Russee (now Russee - district Kiel) in Holsztynie. Rusinowo was founded on the set in forming the parallel to the sea coast band culminating Ficht Berg (Top Spruce) a slight uphill incline on 32 m n.p.m. after grubbing plot them forests dębowo-Beech. The other part of the rural development: hagen - representing fencing żywopłot but also axles. So this was typical village karczunkowa (Hagendorf) was created on the so-called raw root, also known in the literature as hagenowa or osiekowa. Tenants hagenów were initially, a and later, generally Germany. That Rusinowo founded German, provide may also name field - from over 80 field names within rural development only two: Jamen (Jahm) and Die Glawenitz (Krautglawnitz, Tote Glawnitz), currently Główniczka, have the origin of the philology.