Stary Dworek

Stary dworek obra

A traditional wooden carving close to the River Obra in Stary Dworek.

Images of and information on the village of Stary Dworek, near Skwierzyna, in Poland.

Children fishing in the River Obra in Stary Dworek.

Children fishing for tiddlers in the River Obra in Stary Dworek in Lubuskie, Poland.

Some things that not everyone will know about Stary Dworek:
- Prior to the end of the second World War, Stary Dworek was called Althoefchen and part of Germany.
- The name Stary Dworek means ‘Old Manor House’.
- The population of Stary Dworek currently numbers around 240.
- The baroque style Church of St. Joseph in Stary Dworek dates back to 1776.
- The ruins of an eighteenth century manor house and distillery survive.
- The ruins of part of the Międzyrzecz Fortified Region, can still be seen in Stary Dworek.
- The River Obra in Stary Dworek is well-loved by canoeists and kayakers in Poland.

Stary Dworek

What remains of the old manor house in Stary Dworek, Lubuskie, western Poland.

Related content: old picture postcard images of Althoefchen / Stary Dworek.

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