Kąty Wrocławskie

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An old picture postcard from the very early years of the 20th century of Katy Wroclawskie (Canth).

The small town of Kąty Wrocławskie (former: Canth / Kanth) is located around 22 kilometres (14 miles) south-west of the city of Wrocław in Lower Silesia, Poland.

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An old picture postcard showing the Catholic Church in Katy Wroclawsie (German: Canth / Kanth), c.1927.

Some totally random facts about Kąty Wrocławskie
- Katy Wrocławskie was part of Germany and known by the name Canth or Kanth until 1945.
- A German Prisoner of War camp housing around 2,000 Russian soldiers existed in Katy from 1942 to 1945.
- Kąty was taken and occupied from defending German forces by the Red Army on February 8th 1945.
- Katy has its own railway station on the Zgorzelec to Wrocław line.

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Another picture postcard of the central square area of Katy Wroclawskie (Canth / Kanth), c.1929.

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An aerial photograph of Katy Wroclawskie (Canth), taken in 1930.

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