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|województwo: Zachodniopomorskie||voivodship: West Pomerania|
|powiat: Gryfice||county: Gryfice|
Pogorzelica is situated at the Baltic Sea coast of West Pomerania in the district Gryfice. It is part of the gmina (municipality) Rewal. Pogorzelica has a population of about 130 (2010).
Before 1945, the sea-side village Fischerkathen was part of Germany. Following World War II the native German
population was expelled. As part of Poland, the village was at first renamed Rybaki in 1945; in 1947 it received
its current name, Pogorzelica. Already known as a Baltic Sea resort during the German empire, Pogorzelica
is still popular as a summer bathing place.