Mragowo is a town in northeastern Poland and the seat of Mragowo County in the Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship. The town is situated between the lakes Juno and Czos . The Teutonic Knights constructed a wooden fortress named Sensburg near present-day Mragowo in 1348. The settlement that began to develop near the castle in 1397 probably received town rights between 1404 and 1407, although it is verified that Grand Master Konrad von Erlichshausen affirmed town rights in 1444. Sensburg became part of the Duchy of Prussia in 1525.


There are a lot of nice shops and a daily market where you can find anything you want and buy real Polish products. There are restaurants and terraces. In the summer, end of august, there is the Piknik Country festival where famous country & western groups appear.

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