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14th Century Moated Castle

The Moated Castle in the town of Miedzyrzecz was built at the behest of Casimir the Great in the 14th Century. The castle is located on a small hill at the confluence of two rivers - the Obra and Paklica. Since the end of the Second World War the site has been the home of the town's museum. Miedzyrzecz is located in the province of Lubuskie in the west of Poland. Back to Międzyrzecz main page.

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Accommodation; Camping; Guest Houses; Hotels

Places of Interest:

Moated Castle; River Obra; Museum

German Nazi Ostwall Fortifications

Disused Jewish Cemetery; Soviet War Cemetery

Information on Miedzyrzecz

Old images of pre-war Meseritz

Regional links: Lubuskie Lake District

 

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