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Cieszyn is a city located on the border of Poland and the Czech Republic. According to legend, was founded in 810 by the three sons of Polish King Leszek III - Bolek, Leszek and Cieszek. After a long journey brothers met at the spring and in the memory of joy built the city, which they named Cieszyn. In 1920 there was a division of Cieszyn. Since then there are two autonomous cities, divided by the river Olše: Cieszyn and Český Těšín.

HISTORY OF CIESZYN

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MAIN POINTS
OF THE CITY

  • Town Hall - 600 m

  • St. Florian - 600 m

  • The Three Brothers Well - 250 m

  • Museum of Cieszyn Silesia - 550 m

  • Old Market - 500 m

  • Theater Adam Mickiewicz- 400 m

  • Printing Museum - 250 m

  • Cieszyn Venice - 250 m

  • Castle hill - 200 m

  • Jewish cemetery - 900 m

  • Castle brewery - 500 m

  • Habsburg Hunting Palace - 150 m

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