Bakowiec Castle Ruins

Morsko, Poland

Bąkowiec Castle in Morsko dates back to the 14th century. At the beginning of the 16th century it was owned by the family Włodków who probably built the stone castle. In the 17th century castle was abandoned. In 1929-1933 architect Witold Czeczott built a new residential house on the south side of the castle hill.

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Founded: 14th century
Category: Ruins in Poland

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www.sezamki.eu

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Piotr Piotrowski (19 months ago)
Terible road condition
Hacker (2 years ago)
Nice
Przemysław Włodkowski (2 years ago)
neglected, sightseeing only outside. beautiful castle, but nobody does anything about it and it is only an attraction that attracts tourists who spend the night in the surrounding hotel habitat.
polishamericanjunky 102 (2 years ago)
Castle is being repaired, still nice to look at and make pictures. Road to get to is really rough.
Cam Graves (3 years ago)
Closed, maybe for repairs??? Unknown, and nothing in English to explain anything! The nearby place was bustling - some sort of holiday/outdoor activities place and accommodation.
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