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Głogów City Hall


29 km SV,
48 km SV, 74 km SV, 22 km NV, 35 km E, 81 km NE, 119 km E, 59 km SE, 44 km NE, 37 km SE, 38 km NV, 20 km S, 61 km SE, 28 km N, 109 km SE, 26 km NE, 66 km V, 80 km V, 62 km NV


74.000 (2007)

Location and history

Głogów is an ancient city of great historical significance, located in the northwest corner of the Lower Silesia region, on the western (left) bank of the Odra River.
The town's history can be traced back to the 10th-11th century, when a castle in defense of the western border of the Poles Empire was erected on the right bank – in the same area where a Slavic, fortified tribal settlement had hitherto been located.
The present city was founded in 1253 and remained under Polish rule until 1528.
From 1528 to 1741 Głogów belonged to Austria, from 1741 to 1945 under Prussia (Germany).
During World War II, the city was almost completely destroyed. The castle was rebuilt in 1971-83. From the beginning of 1980’the rebuilding began on the rest of the old town.

Głogów. Walked in the middle village

Tourist attractions

Among the attractions include:
Church of the Body of Christ ; Kollegiatkirken (Church of the Virgin Mary); City Hall ; Borgen (The city of the Głogów princes); Saint Nicholas Church (Ruin); city Theater .

The ruins of St. Nicholas Church (Kościół Św.Mikołaja)

Surrounding Area


Głogów The city's official site. With practical information for tourists

Eating Out:

Głogów The city's official site. With practical information for tourists

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Głogów The city's official site

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