Lowicz is a small town conveniently located on the gentle banks of the Bzura River in the very center of the Masovia region. It is known for its triangular Market Square – the only one in Poland and one of only three in Europe. In Lowicz folk tradition is still alive through multi-colored clothes, folk dance groups, and exceptional cut-outs made of paper. With a little luck, you can even meet a lady dressed in a traditional folk outfit! In Lowicz Museum and open-air ethnographic park, you can see exhibits related to the history of the region, Masovian folk costumes, 19th-century cottages, and examples of baroque art, as well as Memorial to the local Jews. In proximity to Lowicz, you can find historic residences of Polish noblemen, for example, the glorious palace in Nieborow. The town is also associated with the popular brand “Lowicz” producing jams, syrups, tomato sauces, and other groceries. The interesting history, rich culture, and folklore, as well as amazing traditions - everything speaks in favor of getting to know this delightful Polish town.
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