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Alternate names: Wysokie Mazowieckie [Pol], Visoka-Mazovietzk, וויסאקע-מאזאוויעצק [Yid], Visoki [Yid], Mazowieck [Pol, before 1866], Vysokie-Mazovietzkie, Высоке-Мазовецке. [Rus], Visoke Mazovyetsk. 52°55' N, 22°31' E, 26 miles SE of Łomża, 30 miles WSW of Białystok.15 km SE of Zambrow, 126 km NE of Warsaw along the Warsaw-Bialystok railroad. 1900 Jewish population: 1,910.

Yizkor: Wysokie-Mazowieckie; sefer zikaron, (Tel Aviv, 1975).

Słownik Geograficzny Królestwa Polskiego (1880-1902), XIV, pp. 138-140: "Wysockie Mazowiecki". This town in NE  Poland, Podlaskie Voivodeship is the capital of Wysokie Mazowieckie powiat with a 2004 population of 10,034. [July 2009]

Jewish history..  [October 2000]

synagogue photos. photos. [August 2005]

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