Kobyłka is a town of 17,500 inhabitants located right outside of the city of Warsaw, near Wołomin in the Masovian Voivodeship. Located in a densely forested area, the town has been a village at least since 15th century. In 18th century the village was one of the main centres of production of Kontusz Belts. In 1751 the village was granted with a royal city charter, as an effect of extensive efforts of its owner, Bishop Marcin Załuski, who wanted to turn it into a large centre for pilgrims. Go to the map ⬆⬆

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Historical Facts

  1. Battle of Olszynka Grochowska

Populated areas, municipalities, cities and towns

  1. Zielonka

Other interest places

  1. Wawer massacre
  2. Kobyłka
  3. Ząbki
  4. Nowy Janków
  5. Ossów
  6. Stary Dybów
  7. Radzymin
  8. Congregación de San Miguel Arcángel
  9. Rembertów

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