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History of the town

The history of Busko-Zdrój dates back to the 12th century when its territory was occupied by the shepherds' settlement. The first records concerning this unusual place can be found in the Papal bull from 1166. Dzierżko knight who was called Dersław is considered to be the founder of the town. In the years 1180-1185 he brought to Busko the Order of the Norbertines for whom he also founded a convent and a church. When he died, the whole wealth of Dersław became the property of the nuns. An important element which hugely contributed to the development of the town were the salt-springs. In 1252 Bolesław the Chaste issued an immunity to exploit the salt-springs and to curdle salt. Thanks to the Norbertines, the duke Leszek the Black in 1287 granted to the settlement town privileges. At that time, Busko was divided into 2 parts: an urban part with the German law and the part operating under the Polish law. Busko developed also thanks to the efforts of the king Władysław Jagiełło who contributed to organisation of 2 fairs per year in Busko. The king himself visited Busko several times, and his wife - queen Jadwiga, is even considered the first patient of the Busko health resort. After the Swedish Deluge in 1655 which almost completely ruined the town, the process of its reconstruction was very slow. The town regained its splendour for a short time thanks to the discovery in 1776 of salt-springs.

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History of the health resort

Busko-Zdrój is a town divided into two parts: the city part is situated on the Pińczowski Hump and the spa part – Zdrój which dates back to approximately 1820 when Feliks Rzewuski became a leaseholder of post-monastery property in Busko.

The first document which includes information about the salt-springs in Busko is the commercial privilege of Bolesław the Chaste from 1252. This privilege gave the right to exploit their resources and to curdle salt.

After the first partition of Poland in 1772, the country lost the salt mines in Wieliczka and Bochnia and the salt-works houses in eastern Małopolska. Prussia and Austria imposed high prices which were in fact ruinous to the Polish economy. Geological prospecting was a solution thanks to which Poland could have cheaper salt. The king Stanisław August appointed the State Geology Services whose main task was to discover salt deposits. The first explorer of the Busko salt-spring was John Philip Carosi who in 1781 published a geological description of outflows of the salt-spring waters in Busko and three years later in 1784 the salt-works house in Busko was visited by well-known geologists: George Forster, John Jaśkiewicz, Francis Scheidt and Berniard. In June 1787 in Busko stayed the king Stanisław August Poniatowski who observed the progress of the exploration works. However, the exploitation was stopped in 1796, i.e. when Busko was incorporated into the Austrian partition (with salt deposits) as a result of the third partition of Poland.

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Famous Busko citizens

Busko-Zdrój is a health resort known in Poland and all over the world. Every year in the pedestrian zones in Busko you can meet famous people who are known from front pages of newspapers and from television. Among frequent visitors of the “sunny town” are: artists, musicians, actors and politicians. However, Busko-Zdrój is a home town of numerous eminent personages who have not only become an inherent part of the history of the town and the region, but whose life achievements have also influenced the whole country.

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Projekt: "Kampania promocyjna Miasta i Gminy Busko-Zdrój oraz utworzenie centrum informacji
turystycznej" współfinansowany przez Unię Europejską z Europejskiego Funduszu Rozwoju Regionalnego
w ramach Regionalnego Programu Operacyjnego Województwa Świętokrzyskiego na lata 2007-2013