Miedzyrzecz

Six photographs taken on a walk around the town of Miedzyrzecz in the Lubuskie province of western Poland. These are chosen totally at random and don’t represent either the highlights or lowpoints of the town. Just a snapshot of our visit today. Come back soon for another peek at both Miedzyrzecz and Poland!

Miedzyrzecz town hall

The town hall and St Wojciech’s Church in the centre of Miedzyrzecz, Lubuskie, Poland.

Miedzyrzecz monument

Looking towards the River Obra and monument to the founding of Międzyrzecz / Meseritz, Poland.

Miedzyrzecz post office

The post office and much-used advertising pillar in Miedzyrzecz, Lebus, Poland.

Miedzyrzecz shop window

A tabby cat sitting in an ‘army surplus’ shop window in Miedzyrzecz, Lubuskie, Poland.

A row of shops with apartments above opposite the open-air market in Międzyrzecz, western Poland.

A row of shops with apartments above opposite the open-air market in Miedzyzecz, western Poland.

Miedzyrzecz diesel train

A diesel locomotive with a long freight train crossing a level crossing in Międzyrzecz, Polen.

Międzyrzecz (Meseritz) is a town in the province of Lubuskie (Lubusz) in western Poland. It is built at the confluence of the rivers Obra and Paklicą and has a population of around 18,000.

Related content on the Polish Poland website:

Old images of pre-war Miedzyrzecz / Meseritz.

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