After determination of Poland’s border on Odra and Nysa Łużycka line in 1945, some old polish and slavonic place names on incorporated area were not restored in time. Hence, in official use, they were replaced with place names created by commission of names standardization with participation of inhabitants. The Author recommends introduction of these place names on contemporary maps as cultural and historic monuments, beside official place names, and discusses problems and procedures of these old place names standardization.