The city of Łęknica is situated at the crossroads of the Muskau Bend and the Lusatian Neisse River valley. Lusatian Neisse is Łęknica’s main river and the natural border of Poland. The outlet of the Skroda River forms the south border of the city.

Łęknica is a border city, with a functioning road pass to Bad Muskau, situated on the other side of the Neisse River. Next to the border crossing point, one of the biggest market places in Europe is located. Approximately 2000 people work there, in about 1500 trading posts.

From among the many tourist attractions, one is especially worth mentioning – the Muskau Park, which on July 2, 2004 was added to the World Heritage List.



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Średniowieczne Miasto Toruń, Stare Miasto w Zamościu, Puszcza Białowieska, Kościoły Pokoju w Jaworze i Świdnicy, czy kopalnia soli w Wieliczce, zajmują honorowe miejsca obok takich osobliwości, jak paryskie wybrzeża Sekwany, Wielka Rafa Koralowa w Australii, Tadż Mahal w Indiach, czy egipskie piramidy.