1970s Leszno

Three old images of Leszno, Wielkopolskie, Poland, in the early 1970s.

Leszno Poland

A photograph of apartment blocks and shops in the town of Leszno, Wielkopolski, Poland, c.1971.

Leszno Polen

Three photographs of 1970s Leszno, Poland, on a multiview postcard. Town hall, market square, and blocks of flats.

Leszno was called Lissa when the town was part of Prussia, Germany, between the late 18th century and until it became part of Poland following on from the Treaty of Versailles in 1919 /1920.

Leszno Wielkopolskie

A photograph of communist-era buildings and gardens in Leszno, Poland, c.1974.

Leszno is a town with a population of just under 63,000 inhabitants located in the south of the Wielkopolskie (Greater Poland) Voivodeship of Poland.

Related content on Polish Poland: A selection of images of pre-war Lissa / Leszno.

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