Nadworna - general information



Nadworna was first mentioned as a settlement with the rights of a town in 1591. It belonged to the Kuropat family, whose castle was situated two kilometers to the southwest in the neighboring village of Pniów. In 1745, it passed to the Cetner family and in the late nineteenth century it was mortgaged in the Boden Credit Anstalt in Vienna at which point it became state property (link).

The first Roman Catholic Church in Nadworna was established in 1609. A stone church was built in its place in 1838. In the nineteenth century there also existed a Greek-Catholic (Uniate) Church in Nadworna (Słownik, 6:866).

Further reading: Nadworna - Jews in the 18th century