Example of medieval town planning

A white monument with a figure on top against the background of city buildings

The market square in Dynów

The town's main square is a representative part of the town as it used to be a place of trade. The urban layout of the market area is a derivative of the town's role as a centre for regional trade and is a typical example of medieval urbanism, although not the buildings. The market frontage consists of a mixture of 19th- and 20th-century townhouses and modernist buildings built after World War II. The most interesting, distinctly Art Nouveau buildings are located in the northeastern part of the square. The square has a monument to the grantor of the foundation charter, King Władysław Jagiełło, and a lounge area with a modern fountain.

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