First mentioned as Soban, Sobień Castle was a Royal castle guarding the merchant route along the San River. The castle was built by order of King Casimir the Great in 1340. In 1389 Władysław II Jagiełło conferred the castle to a noble family of Kmita.

The castle was destroyed in 1474 and again in 1512 by Hungarian forces. In 16th century the Kmita family sold the estates and the castle to Stadnicki family, who held it until 1713.

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Founded: 1340
Category: Castles and fortifications in Poland

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Dariusz Okoniewski (10 months ago)
An amazing place to stop by on the way to Bieszczady. Brilliant views, free to visit and not too far from the car park.
Arne Richardsen (13 months ago)
Nice place to rest when hiking. Would sleep there again. Sadly the bar was already closed.
Mentalgamer7012 (15 months ago)
Very buetiful and recommend to visit this place
Анна Добрева (16 months ago)
A great place for walks and recreation. I highly recommend!
Olimpia S (2 years ago)
Beautiful place
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