|• Total||19.5 km2 (7.5 sq mi)|
|• Density||710/km2 (1,800/sq mi)|
The area was populated by Slavic peoples since the 6th century and invaded by Saxons immediately after the invasion and annexion of the Catholic Duchy of Kopnik. The castle of Dębno belonged to the House of Odrowąż.
Dębno is known for hosting the oldest marathon in Poland (since 1969), one of the five marathons included in the Crown of Polish Marathons, along with marathons in Kraków, Poznań, Warsaw and Wrocław.
- Franz Alexander von Kleist (1769-1797), poet
- Franz Hilgendorf (1839–1904), zoologist and paleontologist
- Friedrich W. K. Müller (1863–1930), German scholar of oriental cultures and languages
- Arthur Hübner (1885–1937) a German philologist, researched German literature from the Middle Ages
- Antoni Dobrowolski (1904–2012) a Polish educator and the oldest known survivor of Auschwitz
- Joanna Szarawaga (born 1994) a Polish handballer for GTPR Gdynia and the Polish national team
Dębno is twinned with:
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