A 1970s photograph of ulica Stefana Zeromskiego in Zielona Gora, Lubuskie, Poland.
A selection of photographs showing Zielona Gora through time (1970 – 1985).
A picture of the main street through Zielona Gora (Gruenberg) as it looked in around 1970.
A photo of communist-era apartment blocks, Zielona Gora, Lubuskie, Poland, c.1973.
A picture of two buses and various cars passing through Zielona Gora in the early 1980s
Zielona Góra (Grunberg / Gruenberg) is a city in the Lubuskie province of western Poland. Its current population is around 120,000. The city’s name means ‘Green Mountain’ in both Polish and German.
- Pictures of pre-war Gruenberg / Zielona Gora.
- More communist-PRL-era images of Zielona Gora.
The railway station in Gruenberg (Zielona Góra) in Schlesien, c.1910.
Three pictures of Gruenberg in Silesia as it looked in the 1910s and 1920s. Since 1945 Grunberg has been known as Zielona Gora (Green Mountain) and is part of the province of Lubuskie in western Poland.
The city hall and center of Gruenberg in Silesia, c.1929.
The windmill which up until the Second World War stood near the centre of Gruenberg (Zielona Gora).
Related content on Polish Poland:
- Images of communist-era Zielona Góra (1970 – 1985).
- More archive images and information on Zielona Gora.
Zielona Gora is one of the only places in Poland growing grapes for Polish wine.