A photograph of the town hall in Mieszkowice, western Pomerania, c.1967.
Three old communist-era images of Mieszkowice, western Pomerania, Poland.
The monument to Mieszko the 1st in Mieszkowice, western Pomerania, c.1967.
Three things you may not know about Mieszkowice:
- Mieszkowice had a population of around 3500 at the last count.
- Mieszkowice was called Bärwalde until 1945.
- Between 1945 and 1947 Mieszkowice was called Barwice.
Another view of the momument to Miezko in Mieszkowice. This photograph though taken in 1987.
Related: a selection of pre-war images of Bärwalde / Mieszkowice
The main market square in Bärwalde in der Neumark / Mieszkowice, c.1900.
A selection of old images of the small town of Mieszkowice in Poland.
A vintage picture postcard of Baerwalde N.M / Mieszkowice, c.1919.
Some things you may not know about Mieszkowice:
- Prior to 1945 Mieszkowice was called Baerwalde and part of Germany.
- Mieszkowice in now part of the province of Zachodniopomoskie (Western Pomerania) in Poland.
- The present-day population of Mieszkowice is just over 3,450.
A photograph of the Secondary School in Baerwalde / Mieszkowice, c.1933. At this time it was a girls only school.
A photograph of one of the gates of the medieval town walls in Mieszkowice, Poland, c.1974.
Related content on Polish Poland: Information and old images of nearby Mysliborz.
Old Barwalde / Mieszkowice
An early photograph of a guesthouse in Bärwalde (Mieszkowice) around 1908.
Two archive images of Barwalde in the Neumark. Since 1945, Mieszkowice in Western Pomerania, Poland.
One of my personal favourite old picture postcards – a railway centred image of Barwalde / Mieszkowice!
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More old images from our picture archive of Mieszkowice in western Pomerania.