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Places of Historical Interest

Old Town Hall

The Old Town Hall is a classic merchant edifice erected in 1827. Its architect – a merchant by the name of Jacobi – rebuilt the whole western quarter of the square after the 1826 fire. In 1847, the town authorities purchased the building and adapted it for a town hall, adding an oak clock tower. In 1867, the town purchased an adjacent building (which now is a museum) and made a mayor’s home in the second floor. The first floor was set aside for the offices – namely, a court and a bailiff offices. Sleeping rooms were arranged in the town cellar, the western part of which in early XX century became a town hall beer parlour. The building continued as town hall until 1924.

Housed the Regional Museum between 1926 and 1952. Provided communal housing from the museum closure until 1998. Upon a thorough renovation, from October 25, 2004 houses the museum and the Wedding Palace.
Other tourist attractions:
  • old industrial building – a factory floor in an original half-timbered building at 26 Pilsudskiego, dating back probably to the second half of the 18th century or the turn of the 19th century. The gable roof was originally covered with plain tiles and now with eternit.
  • a number of residential houses at Plac Wolnosci dating back to the late 18th century and early 19th century,
  • publicbuildings – the post office (Wojska Polskiego Street), the court building (Lipowej Street) – erected after the French-Prussian war which ended in 1871 after payment of a contribution by France. Both buildings in the Neo-Gothic style,
  • the building of the District Head’s Office (starosta) and the Town Council – 1 Maja Street 18 – built in 1905,
  • the railway station – Borzymowskiego 1 Street – built in the years 1857-1860 at the times of building the railway track ran fromSzczecin to Gdansk with offshoots from Bialogard to Kolobrzeg. Half-timbered buildings with lights filled with brick and later plastered. Towards the end of the 19th century, the building was thoroughly renovated yet the original design was preserved.
  • a former German cemetery, whereon the Soviets, in 1945, established a Russian war cemetery and buried 763 soldiers killed during their entry to the town and those who were killed or died after World War II.
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