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he first fortification in Dębno was raised by the Gryfici in the second half of the 13th century. This timber-and-earth construction of an oval plan was erected on a low hill surrounded by moat.
Soon it passed into hands of the Pobogowie family, to become a property of the Odrowąż family in the middle of the 14th century. Jakub Dębiński of the house of Odrowąż, the Castellan of Cracow and the Great Crown Chancellor ordered the building of the brick and stone construction on the site of the old residence in the years 1470-1480.
The castle is of irregular plan close in shape to rectangle. All four wings are
The Dębno estates belonged also to the following families: the Wesselini, the Tarłowie (18th century), the Lanckoroński (mid-18th century), the Rogowski and the Rudnicki.The fire in the 19th century destroyed