The history of Koziegłowy dates back to the fourteenth or fifteenth century, when one of the representatives of the Lis family received a foundation charter, allowing him to set up a town between the rivers of Sarni Stok and Boży Stok, which are right tributaries of the Warta. From those times, an urban layout including a market square and seven streets going out of it have been preserved. The partly Gothic parish church of Saint Mary Magdalene is worth seeing. It is located east of the market square. It stands next to the townhouse from the nineteenth century.