Stargard Szczeciński

Town

(Short edition)

Distance

19 km SV,
Pyrzyce
28 km SV, 37 km NV, 40 km NV,
Choszczno
41 km SE, 45 km SV,
Drawsko Pomorskie
64 km NE, 82 km SE

Population

70.453 (2006)

Location and history

Stargard Szczeciński is located in West Pomerania, east-southeast of the regional capital Szczecin. The city is located on both sides of the river Ina, a right tributary to Odra.
The building on the site dates back to the 8th-9th year. The city gained market town rights in 1243. During the fighting that freed Stargard from the Germans in 1945, large parts of the city burned down.

Tourist attractions

Selected attractions:

The Virgin Mary Church (13th century.)
City Hall (13th century.)
The city's fortifications (13th century.)
comprehensive including 4 city gates, 4 defense towers, roundabouts and the arsenal.

Surrounding Area

Miedwie Lake
From the city center it is almost 7 km west to the lake shore. Lake Miedwie is the fifth largest lake in Poland.

Puszcza Goleniowska
West-northwest of the city extends the large forest area, Puszcza Goleniowska.

Accommodation

Booking.com
Stargard Szczeciński – in Polish and English – with practical information for tourists

Eating Out:

Stargard Szczeciński – in Polish and English – with practical information for tourists

Other Internet sites and sources

Stargard Szczeciński – in Polish and English

Translated into English by Google Translate. Spangshus.dk accept no liability for any errors or omissions in translation.

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