The Castle yesterday and …
According to tradition, the founder of Lubliniec was Prince Ladislaus t First of Opole, who is said to be the founder of the town's castle. The date of these events is given in 1270, the truth is however, that the written records of the castle says it was built more than 100 years later and come up with 1379 belonged to the Prince Ladislaus of Opole.
The Castle was rebuilt priming Kochcicki ancestral seat in 1587 while the building was renovated in the Baroque style after a fire in 1650.
The last time Castle was rebuilt in the eighteenth century to give the current neoclassical façade. The following years were not favorable for the castle. In 1893 it was adapted into a hospital for the mentally ill. The facility operated until 1975, has since abandoned fell into disrepair.
Thanks to Lubliniecki Castle Foundation and the present owner in 2010, Castle was rebuilt after 5 years and once again impresses as in the days of its glory.
In 2005, when restoration started apart from the walls, ancient vaults on the ground floor and a part of historic roof structure, old staircase, there was nothing. All components have been rebuilt with huge amount of manpower and resources through great determination and perseverance of current owners. In 2012, in the ancient cellars of the castle was opened boutique spa, which by many is considered to be one of the most beautiful in Europe.