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10th - 11th century.

Construction of a wooden settlement, an administrative center from early Piast period.

mid-11th century.

The first monumental stone buildings (the settlement chapel).

1039 - 1047

Płock - center of an independent state body under the rule of Masław.


Establishing of the Płock a diocese.


The ruler of Poland- Duke Władysław Herman - dies in Płock and he is buried there .


After the death of Duke Boleslaus the Wry-Mouthed - ruler of Poland (buried in Płock ), Płock becomes one of ducal districts.


Consecration of a stone cathedral basilica erected by the bishop Aleksander of Malonne's foundation.


First mentions of St. Michael's collegiate church in Płock, where there was a school of trivium type (today's Małachowianka).


Conrad of Mazovia I on the basis of his own law locates the town of Płock on a part of his land , which is confirmed by a document by the bishop Peter I.

1351 - 1370

During the reign of Kazimierz the Great Płock along with the whole Mazovia becomes the fief of the Polish state.


The duchess Aleksandra (sister of King Władysław Jagiełło and wife of Ziemowit IV of Płock) finances the hospital of the Holy Trinity.


Władysław I, the duke of Mazovia, gives to Płock the full Chelmno law.


After childless death of the last duke of Płock Janusz II, Płock along with the whole Mazovia is incorporated into the Polish Crown.

3 May 1498

King Jan Olbracht grants to the town the privilege under which Municipal Office builds in Płock first water pipes.


During the greatest epidemic dies about. 1100 people (30% of population).


Great fire destroys entire streets: Dobrzyńska, Piekarska and Nadwiślańska.

1 August 1558

Płock receives from King Zygmunt August II the privilege to choose freely the mayor and the commune head.


Swedish troops under the command of King Carl Gustav plunder completely Płock, destroying the castle, middle - class houses and the hospital.


As a result of erosion of the Płock river bank to the Vistula almost the entire Nadwiślańska street with , among others, a part of the parish church subsides.


As a result of executing the Schmid's plan the Prussian authorities start to develop Płock between the newly set streets: from Tumska to Kilińskiego street.

23 September 1831

In the Płock Town Hall, the last session of insurrectionary sejm of the Kingdom of Poland is held.

15 May 1863

Next to the barracks yard behind Rogatki Płońskie the insurrectionary head of Płock province - General Zygmunt Padlewski - was executed.

1911 - 1913

Construction of monastery and cathedral complex of Mariavites.

18 -19 August 1920

Defence of the inhabitants of Płock against the attack of Russians during the Polish - Bolshevik War .

10 April 1921

Marshal Józef Piłsudski grants to Płock the Cross of Valour for heroic defence during the Polish - Bolshevik War in August 1920.


Radziwie - currently the left-bank part of the town - is incorporated into Płock.

1937- 1938

A permanent road - rail bridge was built on the Vistula River.

March 1941

Divisions SS displace (by moving to extermination camps) the whole Jewish population of Płock being at that time one fourth of the inhabitants of the town.

5 January 1959

The resolution of the Economic Committee of the Council of Ministers on locating a refinery and petrochemical factory in Płock.

1975 - 1998

Płock becomes the capital of the province.

7 -8 June 1991.

Pope John Paul II comes to Płock on his pilgrimage.

1 January 1997

New areas are annexed to the town, its surface increases to 8806 ha.


As a result of a merger between Petrochemia Płock S.A. and CPN Polish Oil System is created.

30 April 2000.

Pope John Paul II declares sister Faustyna Kowalska a saint, who on 22 February 1931r had in Płock first revelation of Jesus the Merciful.


Making available for use the Solidarności bridge.


Making available for use a new amphitheater


Płock is awarded Honorary Plaque of the Council of Europe


Making available for use the Sports and Show Hall-Orlen Arena


Footballers of Wisła Płock become champions of Poland in men handball


Tadeusz Mazowiecki becomes the Honorary Citizen of Płock town



Opening of a pier on Vistula River


First edtion of Participatory Budgeting in Płock


Opening of the Museum of Mazovian Jews


Opening of a new railway and bus station


Construction of the first part of a city by-pass linking the new bridge with PKN Orlen SA


Construction of a railway overpass above J. Piłsudski Alley

2015 The renovation of the historical buildings of the former college and collegiate church of St. Michael in Marshal Stanisław Małachowski High School

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