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Bielsko-Biała, Plac Wojska Polskiego - The Old Market Square In Biala a bird's eye view
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Heute der Wojska Polskiego Platz, früher trug er den Namen Alter Marktplatz, seit 1890 Jozef Platz (zu Ehren von Kaiser Franz Josef). Er wurde 1723 nach der Verleihung der Stadtrechte durch den König August der Starke II ausgesteckt. Die Verleihung der Stadtrechte war mit der Entwicklung von Tuch- und Webgewerbe verbunden. Im Zentrum des Marktplatzes befand sich das Rathaus und die Standwaage.

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