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Cieciorki was formerly part of the German Empire. In the German Empire, the place was called Cieziorki Szlacheckie.
The place is now called Cieciorki Szlacheckie and belongs to Poland.

Historical place name Country Administration Time
Cieciorki Russian Empire Makov 1914
Cieciorki Poland Maków 1919
Cieziorki Szlacheckie German Empire Mackeim 1939
Cieciorki Szlacheckie Poland Maków Mazowiecki 1945
Cieciorki Szlacheckie Poland Ostrołęka 1992