School building on Castle Street in Miłosław

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The school building on Castle Street (Polish: Budynek szkolny przy ul. Zamkowej) in the Polish town of Miloslaw was a religious school, built in the neo-Gothic style in the 1840s. It became a hospital to treat wounded combatants during the Greater Poland Uprising of 1848, and was again involved in fighting around the time of the revolution of 1905-07.


The school is a multi-storey building with neo-Gothic roofing, and was probably made by Seweryn Mielżyński. Its address is 13 Castle Street (ul. Zamkowa 13). The rooms contained in the school were as follows: 9 classrooms, Teacher's lounge, Secretariat, Office of the Director, Office of the Deputy Director, Personnel office, Two utility rooms, Bathroom.Close to the school, at 19 Castle Street, is located a clergy house built during the years 1894–1895, and on the opposite side of the street is a former evangelical church. At the end of 2012 the school building was partially converted into social housing.

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