Mohrin / Moryn Through Time
A selection of images from our picture archive of the small town of Mohrin / Moryń, western Pomerania.
Some things you might not know about Moryń:
- Until 1945 Moryn was named Mohrin and part of Germany.
- During World War Two, Moryń was inhabited by 1227 people. It was a flourishing spot with a post office, primary school, pharmacy, two doctors, a dentist, two inns, two bakeries, several shops, a distillery, water mill and a windmill.
- There is a long-standing local legend about a giant lobster-like animal supposedly living in the lake!
- Large parts of the early fifteenth century city walls still remain.
- The ruins of a fourteenth-century castle can be seen just outside Moryn.
- Mohrin / Moryn currently has a population of around 1,600.
Moryń is today located in the south-western part of the West Pomeranian (zachodniopomorskie) province of western Poland.
See also: old images of the nearby town of Mieszkowice.