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A village located east of Zgorzelec, at Lubań road. It was mentioned in 1359 as Lichtinfaerg. In the 15th century, the village was the property of the von Hobergs, the von Salzs and the Holy Spirit Hospital in Zgorzelec. In the first half of the 16th century, the local possessions were held by a cloth merchant from Zgorzelec - Simon Wolf and the mayor Michaf Schmied (Schmidt). In 1567, the local dominium became the possession of the town council of Zgorzelec. In the village, there is St Andrew's church, which already existed in 1346. The current church was built in the beginning of the 16th century and was reconstructed in the second half of the 17th century. It is a building made of stone, with one aisle ond a quadrilateral presbytery covered by a rib vault. Near the village there is one of the most interesting archaeological complexes in Poland, which is comprised of two early-Slavonic fortresses and a tumulus burial ground from the 8th-llth centuries, discovered by Otto F. Gander) from Zgorzelec in 1929. The burial ground from Białogórze is one of the biggest Slavonic necropolises with cremation groves in Poland.

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