Information on and images of Mlawa / Mława in the province of Mazowieckie, north-east Poland.
Some things you may not know about Mława:
- A great plague devastated Mlawa in 1661 / 1662 and again between 1708 and 1712.
- Around 6,500 of the Jews of Mlawa were killed between 1940 and 1942.
- Anna Tomaszewicz-Dobrska, the first Polish woman to practice as a medical doctor was born in Mlawa.
- A bugle call rings out from the tower of the 18th century Town Hall every day at midday.
More facts related to Mława:
- There are two railway stations in Mława. There were also, until the 1990s, two narrow gauge railways.
- Pope John Paul II was awarded the title of Honorary Citizen of Mława by the town council in 2003.
- The largest factory in Mława produces LG television and other electronic products.
- Official figures put the population at just under 31,000 in 2014.
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