Pisz Castle Ruins

Pisz, Poland

The Teutonic castle risen above the river in Pisz was named in turn Johannisburg. The first privilege regarding a settlement around the castle was granted in the year 1367. Pisz gained its civic rights in 1645 and officially received the name of the castle. The local people of Mazury called the castle 'Jańsbork' (Johannisburg), and this name remained until 1946. Today only fragments remain of this castle.

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Wojska Polskiego, Pisz, Poland
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Founded: c. 1367
Category: Miscellaneous historic sites in Poland

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www.pisz.pl

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MIROSLAW Bobowski (11 months ago)
It's not worth wasting your time on.
Agnes L. (11 months ago)
It is a pity that no one took care of these few bricks, although you could fence and screw a small information plate.
Konrad Godlewski (12 months ago)
Some bricks behind the fence. There is nothing to watch.
Adam Adam (2 years ago)
Unfortunately, the place has been neglected, there is only a piece of the wall overgrown with garbage, so it's hard to find. The barracks of what railways information board.
Karol Kirves (2 years ago)
Despite the fact that a tiny piece of the wall has been left from the castle, you can't get to it because it is located in the clinic and there is absolutely no information that it is in this place.
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