The heroic Plock is a city of over a thousand years, a great history of special importance and significant role in the Polish State – one of the Capital Cities of Piast State of the first historical ruling dynasty of Poland, Capital of Mazovia – one of the historical districts of the country and the Capital of Poland from the turn of the 11th and 12th century during the reign of Wladyslaw I Herman, and later his son Boleslaw III Wrymouth (Boleslaw III Krzywousty)– one of the most distinguished, eminent monarchs and chiefs in the history of the country, grand victor of 47 battles over other nations.

Plock is also the only city in Poland with the title "Hero City" and awarded the Cross of Valour by Chief of State Marshal Jozef Pilsudski on 10 April 1921 for participation of the civilian population of the city in the victorious battle and defense of Plock against Bolshevik invaders on 18–19 August 1920 during the Polish–Soviet War.

Victorious Plock over the centuries, many times, as well in a special way, etched in history as the city of great heroism and also bravery and surrounded by eternal glory!


Movie of the reconstruction of the battle in Plock -- 1920