Old trading settlement from the 13th or 14th century

Market Square in Sokołów Małopolski

Sokołów Małopolski is an old trading settlement from the 13th or 14th century, once nestled within the Sandomierz Forest and chartered as a city in 1569. It has retained its natural urban layout, validated by its Renaissance charter. Ribbed streets stemming from the market square define a square with sides measuring approximately 150 metres. The church is located outside the square's boundaries. The majority of the buildings are single-story, dating back to the 19th and 20th centuries, with a few surviving examples of Art Nouveau architecture. A standout feature is the town hall building with a clock in its attic and intricate window stucco work. The park now serves a recreational role as it is covered with trees. In the centre stands a monument to the town's residents who fought and gave their lives for Poland's independence.

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