The Rybny Square

Here, the Lubliners used to buy carp or roach. Fish last in the Square’s name and in the name of the Rybna St. that leads to it. In 1945-49, at the corner of the Square and Noworybna St, the Central Committee of Jews was organized by the Holocaust survivors.
In the 16th century, waxworks and a brewery operated here. Later, in the 19th century, the square became a representative place – the Pawęczkowski Palace was erected in the former, never completed church of Trinitarian Order.

The fish square


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