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* '''Stronghold''' – a unique fortress on a high rock overlooking the city, first erected on this spot in the 9th century. During the reign of King Frederick the Great, it was one of the largest fortresses in Prussia.
* '''Gothic bridge'''
* '''City tunnels''' – parts of the tunnels constructed under the city since 13th century are open for the public
* '''The Church of Assumption''' – one of the most notable examples of Gothic architecture in present Poland, constructed by the Johanites in 14th century
* '''Marian Column''' – located in what was formerly called the Ring, or the town square. It depicts the Blessed Virgin Mary and was constructed after a plague in 1625. This is a common sight in many other cities and towns that once belonged to the Habsburg Monarchy.

Revision as of 14:38, 27 December 2012

Klodzko [1] is a city in Dolnoslaskie, in Poland.

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