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Bielsko-Biała, The Market Square bird's eye view
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Since the beginnings of Bielsko the market square was administrative and economic centre. Its size and plan with adjoining street is based on old urban plans from the turn of the 14th century. The most important city buildings are located on the market square: city hall (the seat of municipal authority - the mayor and councilors), city balance, a well and a pillory.

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Uploaded: 31/12/2011
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