Zielona Gora is situated in the western part of Poland. It is a name of a city in Poland.
Zielona Gora had an estimated population of 118,730 people. The Zielona Gora city is located in the Lubuskie province. From the year 1975 to 1998, Zielona Gora had been the capital of Zielona Gora province. Zielona Gora lies 12 km south of Odra river.
In the year 1250, the city became a part of the Duchy of Glogow. Zielona Gora has become an essential cultural and industrial center of Poland. Major industries in Zielona Gora are textile and metal. Zielona Gora has fostered folk culture and arts and culture. Zielona Gora emerged as a center for textiles in the 13th century. In the year 1323, the city got its rights to the municipality.
The closest towns and villages of Zielona Gora are as follows:
- Bytom Odrzanski
Most of the constructions in this city date back to the first half of the twentieth century. The city has many historical monuments like mid-15th and 18th-century churches. Tourists can visit the palm house cafe situated at the top of the hill gives a panoramic view of the city. Travelers can pay a visit to the Lubuskie Regional Museum. Ochla village of Zielona Gora includes an open ethnographical museum. The folklore festival and festival on grape harvesting organized annually also add to the attraction of the city.
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