Communist Wągrowiec

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A photograph of the Rynek (Market) area in the centre of Wagrowiec, Wielkopolskie, c.1967.

A selection of old communist-era images of Wągrowiec in Wielkopolskie, north west Poland.

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Another view of Pomnik Wdzięczności in the Rynek (Market) area of Wągrowiec during the PRL era, c.1970.

Wagrowiec Polska

The swimming area of the lake in Wagrowiec, Wielkopolska, Polska, c.1974.

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Children on ul. Jezyka, Wagrowiec, Wielkopolskie, Poland, c.1974.

Some things you might not know about Wągrowiec:

- The current population of Wagrowiec is around 25,000.
- Wagrowiec is located at the heart of the Wielkopolski Lake District.
- The best of the nearby lakes are probably Durowo and Kaliszanskie in Kamienica.
- Wągrowiec has a relatively busy railway station with trains to places like Poznań, Gołańcz, Inowrocław, Drawski Młyn and Bydgoszcz Główna.
- A pyramid shaped tomb for Captain Lakinski can be visited.
- In 1941 Wągrowiec was renamed Eichenbrück by the occupying German administration.
- Prior to 1919 Wągrowiec was called Wongrowitz.

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An elevated view of the main square in Wagrowiec, Wielkoplskie, Poland. c.1974.

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