The tavern village was founded in the XVIII century on the outskirts of Gniew. In the written sources it appeared for the first time approx. 1790 as Nitzponie, and then as Nicponia in 1886. It is a humorous name, typical for taverns and tavern settlements. Settlements named Nicponia were mostly created in the vicinity of ancient castles. Originally, the habitat of the village was located near the settlement of Nowy Dwór and the so-called Katzerkampe.
The village developed in the XIX and XX century – many large residential and commercial homes were created then, a sugar factory, for which the narrow gauge railway was linked. Roads were built in the village, from Nicponia to Opalenie (1891) and from Bydgoszcz through Nicponia to Królewiec (1824–1830). In the western part of the village there were training grounds and shooting ranges for the military unit from Gniew.
From 1922 gen. Karol Trzaska-Durski (1849–1935) lived in Nicponia, the Austrian field marshal, commander of the Polish Legions, member of the War Council.
The territorial development of the village occurred in the second half of the XX century.
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Urząd Miasta i Gminy Gniew
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