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Bobrów Castle
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Chojnik Castle
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Cisy Castle (of the Cis family)
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Dunajec Castle
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Górka Castle
Grodno Castle
Grodziec (Lower Silesia Province)
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Grodziec Castle
Gryf Castle
Gryfów Śląski
Grzędy (Wojaczów)
Grzmiąca
Henry's Castle
Iłża
Janowice Wielkie
Janowiec
Jawor
Jelcz-Laskowice
Jelenia Góra
Jelenia Góra-Sobieszów
Jeżów (Wilczyska)
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Kamieniec
Kamieniec Ząbkowicki
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Karpień Castle
Karpniki
Karpno (Lądek Zdrój)
Kazimierz Dolny
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Koło
Konradów Castle
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Krupe
Krzyżtopór Castle
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Kwidzyn
Lanckorona
Legnica
Lidzbark Warmiński
Lipa
Lipowiec Castle
Liw
Lubin
Lublin
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Lwówek Śląski
Łęczyca
Łodygowice
Łupki (Wleński Gródek)
Maciejowa (Jelenia Góra)
Malbork
Melsztyn
Melsztyn Castle
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Międzylesie
Międzyrzecz
Mirów
Mirów Castle
Modła
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Nawojowa
Nidzica
Nieborów
Niedzica
Niesytno Castle
Nowy Dwór Castle
Nowy Jasiniec
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Nowy Wiśnicz
Ogrodzieniec Castle
Ojców
Oleśnica
Oleśnica Mała
Olsztyn (Silesian Province)
Olsztyn (Warmia-Masuria Province)
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Opole
Oporów
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Piotrowice Świdnickie
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Podskale Castle
Podzamcze
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Proszówka
Przezmark
Przymiłowice Castle
Pszczyna
Rabsztyn
Raciążek
Radosno Castle
Radzyń Chełmiński
Rakowice Wielkie 1
Rakowice Wielkie 2
Reszel
Rogowiec Castle
Rogów Sobócki
Rudnica
Rudno
Rybnica
Rybnica Leśna
Rytro
Rząsiny
Sędziszowa
Siedlęcin
Siewierz
Skała
Słupice
Służejów
Small Wawel
Smoleń
Sobota
Sobótka - Górka
Sobótka (Ślęża Mountain)
Sokolec Castle
Sosnówka Dolna
Sośnicowice
Stadnicki’s Palace
Stara Kamienica
Stara Kraśnica
Stary Książ Castle
Stolec
Stoszowice
Stoszów
Sucha
Sucha Beskidzka
Szreńsk
Szydłowiec
Szydłów (Świętokrzyskie Province)
Szymbark (Lesser Poland Province)
Szymbark (Warmian-Masurian Province)
Świdnica
Świecie (Kuyavian-Pomeranian Province)
Świecie (Lower Silesia Province)
Świny
Tarnowiec
Tenczyn Castle
The Barwałd Castle
The Szczerba Castle
Toszek
Tropsztyn Castle
Trzciniec
Trzebień
Ujazd (Świętokrzyskie Province)
Uniejów
Uraz
Wałbrzych
Wałbrzych
Wałbrzych
Warmątowice Sienkiewiczowskie
Warszawa
Warta Bolesławiecka
Wawel Castle
Wąsosz
Wiadrów
Wielkie Trzcińsko
Wieruszyce
Witków
Witostowice
Wleń Castle
Wojanów
Wojcieszów
Wojnowice
Wolibórz (Garncarz Mountain)
Wolibórz (Jodłownik, Zamkowa Mountain)
Wołów
Wrocław (Armory)
Wrocław (Leśnica)
Wrocław (Ostrów Tumski)
Wrocław (University of Wrocław)
Wronin Castle
Wronów (Ronow) Castle
Wysoka
Wytrzyszczka
Zagórze Śląskie
Zapusta (Rajsko)
Ząbkowice Śląskie
Ziębice
Złoty Stok
Żary
Żelazno
Żmigród
 

Kożuchów

State of preservation: Complete The edifice has survived in its entirety, and additionally there are defensive walls in the town
Admission: No entry The admission to the castle is restricted since various cultural societies have their statutory offices located there
Parking: Free parking There is a free parking lot next to the castle
Searching difficulty: Very easy Finding the monument does not make any problem – it is noticeable from a distance, but access to it is fatal as nearly all streets are one-way in its neighborhood
Access difficulty: Very easy The access to the castle does not require any effort
Subjective rating: Ordinary Nothing special

Driving directions:

Driving from Szprotawa along the road no 297 to Nowa Sól you cross Kożuchów. There at the junction of numbered roads you need to keep following the road no 297 towards Nowa Sól and turn right along with it. Subsequently drive straight ahead and after a while turn left into Legnicka St. Down this street you should arrive at the Market Square and turn right there. At the end of that street there stands the castle.




Historical outline:

Former name: Freystadt

The castle in Kożuchów sprang into existence the most probably in the second half of the XIVth cent. in the place of the XIIIth cent. borough. Kożuchów is a very old town, which obtained its rights already in 1273. In the time of reign of Bohemians in this territory, the stronghold was leased and next it became a fief of Polish kings. Over the following two centuries the castle, in spite of its enlargement, began decaying. In the 80s of the XVIIth cent. an abandoned edifice was taken over by White Friars and metamorphosed into a cloister. After abrogation of the Order the castle served functions of a military armory so as to come into hands of Evangelical community. It was not until the years of 1974-1984 when restorations of the castle were performed and it was assigned for cultural purposes.


Pictures:

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