Mirów Castle Ruins

Mirów, Poland

Mirów Castle was built in the 14th century. It changed owners multiple times, and was finally abandoned in 1787.



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Mirów, Poland
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Founded: 14th century
Category: Miscellaneous historic sites in Poland


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Conny Lindh (10 months ago)
Another castle that amazed me.
Nithin (2 years ago)
Best place for short stay to enjoy quite time
Wojciech Jakubowski (2 years ago)
Can't go inside. Wasted money. Better visit Bobolice nearby and then you can walk to Mirów if you want...
Bojan Arcon (2 years ago)
the only thing worth about this castle us the fact it has very nice dirth road for walking between it and castle Bobolice. Road is full of roks and nuce viewpoints. Estimated time of walk, around 1-1.5h with children. Castle is under construction and you can not enter it.
Fire is Breathing (3 years ago)
Casthe on the hill. Under restoration. Close to it there is a huge human head shape stone, you can climb on it and have great panorama
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