Bobolice Castle, part of the famed defensive system known as the Eagles' Nests, fell into ruins over previous decades. The underlying causes for the destruction of these walls were the devastation wrought in historical times, the negative impact of climatic factors, interference on the part of third parties and errors made during endeavours to secure the walls of the castle following World War II. More and more frequently what actually occurred was the collapse and subsidence of parts of the outer and inner walls.
The inordinate pollution of the natural environment which occurred during the communist economy steadily accelerated the process of destruction. The castle walls, unsecured and left to fend for themselves, disintegrated, at great risk to tourists in the immediate vicinity.
If restoration work had not been undertaken, it would not have been long before all that remained of this beautiful historic building of national significance would have been a pile of stones.