Pszczyna is a town in southern Poland with a population of 25,823 inhabitants (2019). It is located in the Silesian Voivodeship and was previously part of the Katowice Voivodeship until administrative reforms in 1998. Pszczyna is known for its historical significance and architectural beauty. One of the notable attractions in Pszczyna is the Pszczyna Castle, a classical-style palace that was originally constructed as a castle in the 13th century or earlier. The castle is famous for its grand gardens, beautiful rooms with original decor and furniture, and an unbelievable collection. Pszczyna Castle played an important role during World War I, serving as an Emperor’s Headquarters and the General Staff of the German Army between 1914 and 1917. Another noteworthy feature in Pszczyna is the Muzeum Zamkowe w Pszczynie (Castle Museum in Pszczyna), which showcases the history and cultural heritage of the region. Pszczyna is a charming town with a rich history and offers visitors a chance to explore its cultural attractions and enjoy the beauty of its surroundings.