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  1. Lubawa OnLine, Serwis Miejski - Informacje lokalne i samorządowe.
  2. Biuletyn Informacji Publicznej, Urząd Miasta Lubawa - Władze, struktura Urzędu, prawo lokalne, zamówienia publiczne, jednostki budżetowe.
  3. Gazeta Olsztyńska - Lubawa - Informacje, aktualności i wydarzenia z miasta i okolicy.
  4. Lubawa, Urząd Gminy - Informacje o gminie, lokalne inwestycje, przetargi, ogłoszenia, gminny ośrodek pomocy społecznej, kultura.
  5. Gimnazjum nr 1 im. Biskupów Chełmińskich w Lubawie - Informacje o szkole, nauczycielach i uczniach, koła zainteresowań, Ludowy Uczniowski Klub Sportowy "Copernicus".
  6. Szynaka, Lubawa - Produkcja mebli do wyposażenia sklepów, biur i aptek z płyt laminowanych o strukturze drewna.
  7. Zespół Szkół w Lubawie - Informacje dla uczniów i rodziców. Dyrekcja i kadra nauczycielska. Aktualności i ogłoszenia. Zasady rekrutacji.
  8. Pałac w Mortęgach k/Lubawy - Oferta noclegów i wyżywienia, nauka jazdy konnej, wypożyczalnia rowerów.
  9. Tański Grzegorz, Warsztat Samochodowy - Oferta usług naprawy i lakierowania pojazdów oraz sprzedaży i montażu szyb.
  10. Szynaka, Lubawa - Produkcja mebli do wyposażenia sklepów, biur i aptek z płyt laminowanych o strukturze drewna.


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    Lubawa


    Not to be confused with Löbau in Saxony.
    Lubawa
    Gothic church St. Anna in Lubawa (1330)

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    Lubawa is located in Poland
    Lubawa
    Coordinates: 53°30′N 19°45′E / 53.500°N 19.750°E / 53.500; 19.750
    Country  Poland
    Voivodeship Warmian-Masurian
    County Iława
    Gmina Lubawa (urban gmina)
    Established 1216
    Town rights 1260
    Government
     • Mayor Edmund Antoni Standara
    Area
     • Total 16.84 km2 (6.50 sq mi)
    Elevation 145 m (476 ft)
    Population (2006)
     • Total 9,328
     • Density 550/km2 (1,400/sq mi)
    Time zone CET (UTC+1)
     • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
    Postal code 14-260
    Area code(s) +48 55
    Car plates NIL
    Website http://www.lubawa.pl

    Lubawa [luˈbava] (German: Löbau in Westpreußen) is a town in the Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship, Poland. It is located in Iława County on the Sandela River, some 18 km (11 mi) southeast of Iława.


    Lubawa Geographical location


    Lubawa is located in Gdańsk Pomerania, approximately 15 kilometres (9 miles) north-east of the town of Nowe Miasto Lubawskie, 55 kilometres (34 miles) south-west of the town of Olsztyn and 115 km (71 miles) south-east of the regional centre of Gdańsk, at an altitude of 145 metres (476 feet) above sea level.

    Market square
    St. Barbara's Church
    Church of John the Baptist

    Lubawa History


    In 1214 the local Prussian landlord Surwabuno was christened by Christian of Oliva, the first Catholic bishop of Prussia. The latter is nowadays featured on the coat of arms of Lubawa. The town was first mentioned in a papal bull of January 18, 1216, issued by Pope Innocent III. Soon afterwards a wooden castle was built. Within the monastic state of the Teutonic Knights, the Bishopric of Culm was created in 1243 by William of Modena. In 1257 the town became a property of the church and the seat of the bishops of Culm (Chełmno). In 1268 the castle was destroyed. Between 1301 and 1326 a new castle was built of stone by the local bishop named Arnold. In 1330 it was destroyed by an invasion of Lithuanian forces of Gediminas, but was rebuilt. The town of Löbau was captured by the Kingdom of Poland after the Battle of Grunwald in 1410 but returned to Prussia once the Polish-Lithuanian-Teutonic War ended. However the surrounding Land of Löbau had gone partially to Masovia in the south.

    After the Second Peace of Thorn (1466) ending the Thirteen Years' War, the town of Löbau became Warmia administered and soon afterwards became a centre of local trade and commerce. As such it became one of the seats of the bishops of Warmia. In 1533 it was razed to the ground by a great fire mentioned by Erasmus of Rotterdam, but it was soon rebuilt and between 1535 and 1539 Nicolaus Copernicus lived in the local castle. In 1545 the town and the castle were yet again destroyed by a fire.

    The town gained significant profits from the trade. In 1627 the castle was refurbished and became a German Empire.

    Until 1920 Löbau belonged to Province of West Prussia.

    As a consequence of the Treaty of Versailles the region became part of the Polish Corridor and the town was incorporated into the Second Polish Republic. In the 1939 Nazi invasion of Poland the region was occupied by the Third Reich, and from 26 October 1939 to 1945 Löbau belonged to Regierungsbezirk Marienwerder in the new province of Reichsgau Danzig-West Prussia. The Nazi regime housed in Löbau a German concentration camp for children;[citation needed] it was liberated on January 21, 1945, during World War II, when the Red Army captured the region. After the end of war Lubawa became part of Poland where it remained since then.


    Lubawa Number of inhabitants by year

    Year Number
    1785 1,115
    1819 1,297
    1831 2,126
    1875 4,506
    1880 4,857
    1890 4,593
    1900 4,451
    1921 4,600
    1943 5,657
    2006 9,328

    Note that some of the data in the above table is based on primary, potentially biased sources.


    Lubawa Economy


    Lubawa is an important centre of furniture industry. Also, a "Lubawa S.A." company is located there, which is the biggest Polish producer of military equipment such as bulletproof vests, currently used by the Polish Army and the Polish press.


    Lubawa Tourism


    Lubawa is a centre of local tourism. The "Wzgórza Lubawskie" forest reserve is located only some ten kilometres (6.2 miles) westwards and the picturesque Drwęca (Drewenz) River flows some five kilometres (3.1 miles) to the west. Also, the nearby battlefield of the Battle of Grunwald attracts many tourists, both from Poland and from abroad, mostly from Germany.


    Lubawa Tourist attractions

    1. Monument to child prisoners of Nazi Germany
    2. two 15th-century towers
    3. Parts of city walls from the 14th century
    4. Ruins of a Gothic castle
    5. St. Ann's Church from 1330
    6. St. John's Church from 1496–1507, rebuilt in 1603-10
    7. wooden Baroque style
    8. 19th-century houses
    9. Łazienki Miejskie park
    10. remnants of wooden sewer system, designed by Nicolaus Copernicus according to a local urban legend

    Lubawa References


    1. ^ Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon, 6th edition, Vol. 12, Leipzig and Vienna 1908, p. 641, no 1).

    Lubawa External links


    Coordinates: 53°30′N 19°45′E / 53.500°N 19.750°E / 53.500; 19.750



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