Welcome to Lidzbark Warmiński

When the Reformation arrived in the 16th century, Lidzbark, along with most of the province, became a citadel of Catholicism, and it remained so until the First Partition of 1772. Deprived of his office, the last bishop, Ignacy Krasicki, turned to literature, becoming an outstanding satirist and all-round man of letters.

Today there’s little trace of the town that was reputedly the richest and most cultured in Warmia, but the castle alone is enough to justify a day trip.

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