Since its construction, the Town Hall has been the most beautiful building in the centre of Kowary. The seat of municipal authorities was designed by a renowned German architect Christian Schultz
and built in 1786-1789. Its historic qualities and attention to architectural details make it one
of the most beautiful public buildings in Lower Silesia.
You should visit the interior. In the lobby, you can admire interesting murals with the coat of arms of Kowary
of the times when it became a free royal town thanks to Frederick the Great. The most interesting room, however, is located upstairs. The Debating Chamber of the City Council has an unusual oval shape,
and the ceiling features allegorical visions of what Kowary has been famous for since time immemorial – mining, blacksmithing, weaving and herbalism.
The Tourist Office opened in the basement of the Town Hall welcomes all who want to learn more about the city.