Witnica is a Polish western town belonging to the Lubusz Voivodeship and inhabited by approximately 13.000 people.
Witnica used to be a German town until 1945. The Second World War caused placing the region under Polish administration and its ethnical cleansing- all according to the Potsdam Agreement established in the post-war time. The native German inhabitants of Witnica were expelled from the town territory and replaced by Polis citizens.

Monuments and tourist attractions of the area


Brewery Museum of the Lubuskie district

Private Museum of Polish Weapons

Dinosaur Adventure Park

Signpost Park

National Park

St Mary’s Church
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