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Coat of arms of Gmina Skawina Skawina is a town in southern Poland with 27,328 inhabitants in 2008 situated in the Lesser Poland Voivodeship since 1999, previously in Kraków Voivodeship from 1975-1998. synagogue photo. Gmina Skawina is an urban-rural administrative district in Kraków powiat, Lesser Poland Voivodeship in southern Poland with its seat is the town of Skawina, 12 km (7 mi) SW of the regional capital Kraków. Apart from the town of Skawina, Gmina Skawina contains the villages and settlements of Borek Szlachecki, Facimiech, Gołuchowice, Grabie, Jaśkowice, Jurczyce, Kopanka, Krzęcin, Ochodza, Polanka Hallera, Pozowice, Radziszów, Rzozów, Wielkie Drogi, Wola Radziszowska and Zelczyna. [July 2009]

CEMETERY: There is no cemetery here, only a memorial monument to the victims of a mass murder of 180 Jews in Skawiny in Krakow. [July 2009]

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