The Piast Castle in Gliwice is one of the landmarks of the city. Its origin is attributed to Siemowit, the first ruler who styled himself Duke of Gliwice. He reigned in the first half of the fourteenth century. The stone and brick stronghold is situated in the line of the city walls. It currently houses a branch of the Gliwice Museum. The collections gathered here present the history of the city and life of its people from the Middle Ages to the twentieth century.
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