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Img.417 from Milicz (#D27a)

Img.418 from Milicz - #D27b)

Sequence (#D27ab): Img.417/ Abb.418 Illustration Img.417 (#D27a) shows Milicz's old town in a 1930s illustration. By simply examining the arrangement of buildings and the course of streets, it becomes obvious that Milicz had its defensive walls in the Middle Ages. These walls formed the shape of an oval, which was typical for medieval towns built on flat terrain. These walls usually had four gates, facing the four directions of the world. The arrangement of Milicz's streets, still visible in Milicz's old town today, reveals their actual convergence at these four exit gates from the town.

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