Lubniewice

Six photographs taken this very week of the small town of Lubniewice, Lubuskie, Poland.

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A horse and cart making its way thrugh the streets of Lubniewice, Lebus, Poland.

Lubniewice (Königswalde) is one of the smallest towns in the whole of Poland with a population of less than 1,900 people. The Lubniewice area is blessed with three beautiful lakes with clean water and lots of fish, mushroom and wildlife-filled forests, interesting architecture, a sandy beach, and several good restaurants and bars. It is located in the county of Sulecin County in the Lubuskie Voivodeship, of western Poland, which is itself a most picturesque and unspoilt part of the country. Until 1945, the town was called Konigswalde and part of the German province of East Brandenburg. However, following the Polish / German border changes brought by the Oder-Neisse line agreement, Lubniewice, and indeed the whole region, became part of the Republic of Poland and the German population expelled.

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The open-air market and culture centre in Lubniewice, Lubuskie, Poland.

Lubniewice is located about 28 kms south of the large city of Gorzów Wielkopolski, 50 kms from the Polish / German border crossing in Kostrzyn, and 15 kms north-west of Sulecin.

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A kayak on one of three beautiful lakes in and around Lubniewice. The town’s church is in the distance.

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A splendid and FREE production of Little Red Riding Hood in the main market square of Lubniewice, Poland.

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The fountain, outdoor theatre stage, and Rusalka restaurant in Lubniewice, Lebus, Polen.

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A fine spot for some fishing. The lakes of Lubniewice are filled with many fish and fishing is actively encouraged.

Selected towns and cities within 100 kms of Lubniewice: Berlin, Frankfurt Oder, Gorzow; Miedzyrzecz, Poznan, Skwierzyna, Szczecin, Wolsztyn, Zielona Gora.

Related content on Polish Poland:

Old photographs of pre-war Lubniewice / Koenigswalde.
Two maps of Lubniewice (one pre-war, the other an up-to-date interactive version).

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