The small town of Swidwin (Świdwin) is located north of the area known as the Pomeranian Schweiz, about 40 km south of the Baltic Coast. North of the city there is a vast forest area with hills reaching up to 176 meters. The history of the city goes back to the 13th century. The castle, St. Mary's Church and the Stone Gate are few of the remains that date back to the early days of the town. Świdwin is also home to a base of the Polish airforce.
Top attractions in Swidwin
The castle of Swidwin was founded in the 13th century by the Teutonic Knights.
St. Mary's Church
This 14th century church is a fine example of medievel gothic brick architecture.