Lidzbark Warmiński founded by the Teutonic Knights was a residence of the Warmia bishops until mid 19th century. In 1350, the castle was reshaped to become a bishops’ palace. Cloisters surround the inner courtyard of the massive four-winged structure. Today it is a museum.
Lovely little town hidden in a beautiful North-East part of Poland called Mazury – the coutnry of 1000 lakes Lidzbark Warminski is a very old town. It was on the map of Europe in about 996. It received its City Title in 1308 from the Polish King Kazimierz Jagiellonczyk. There are many structures built in middle ages. The greatest treasures of my town are XV century castle, church and fortifications.