The little charming town of Kożuchów, surrounded by amazing 8-metres high medieval city walls, is located on a historic trade route. The medieval city walls of the town are among the best preserved in Poland. The impressive castle was the seat of the Teilherzogtum Freystadt, part of the Duchy of Głogów. Today the historic monuments create an unique atmosphere which you can enjoy walking through the cosy streets and along the illuminated medieval city walls.
Visit the Protestant Cemetery from the 17th century to see more than two hundred historic gravestones. The lapidarium is one of the best-preserved necropolis in Poland.
The history of the Church of Purification of the Blessed Virgin Mary dates back to the 13th century. Despite numerous fires the church was rebuilt several times – therefore its architecture combines elements of Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque periods. The church’s inside is from the latter period. This beautiful church is home to the yearly Henrykowski Organ and Chamber Music Festival, taking place in August.