Bracka Tower is situated in the exact centre of Lubań. It came into being in 1318 and has had eventful history: it was built to strengthen the town gates defence. Except the military and monitoring purposes the tower also served as the belfry and the town prison. Nowadays it is
a sightseeing spot.
More information about the Bracka Tower and its history on the Municipal Council site: www.luban.pl
Bracka Tower is 45 metres high and is the only available and open to the public sightseeing spot in the town. It is eight-storey building adjacent to:
Lubań Historical Centre,
and Upper Lusatia Admirers Association.
Bracka Tower sightseeing:
from May to October
Monday – Friday: 11:00, 1:00 pm , 3:00 pm
Saturday – Sunday: since 10:00 until 2:00 pm
The tower is situated in Bracka Street. Visiting it is free of charge. In the surrounding area car parks are also for free.
The Town Hall Tower (on the left):
Bracka Tower seen from the Town Hall Tower: