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Lubuskie is a region in the west-north part of Poland which is often unsung. This land is covered with various marvellous landscapes.
The most important part of Lubuskie's nature is Ujscie Warty National Park which protect ecosystem of Confluence of the rivers Warta and Oder. The park is valuable habitat of birds. There are about 270 birds' species, 26 of them are rare or endangered species. This place is perfect for nature lovers who would like to explore wild areas of the park.
Park Mużakowski is the largest English-style landscape park in Poland and Germany. It was established in the 19th century and was inscribed into UNESCO's list in 2004. The most attractive sites are located in German Bad Musaku where is located the central part of the park with residential architecture and gardens is and in Polish Leknica with a naturalist park.
Lubuskie region has 2 capitals. There are Gorzow Wielkopolski and Zielona Gora. Gorzow Wielkopolski was established in 1257 and the most important attraction is a giant cathedral of Mary's Assumption. Zielona Góra offers picturesque market square and architecture from the 18th and 19th c. The city is surrounded by afforested hills and vineyards.
Other interesting towns are Zagan with post-Augustian monastery complex and a palace, Lagow with the hospitaller order's castle, Goscikowo with the Cistercian monastery complex, Swiebodzin with a giant monument of Jesus Christ and more. The popular route of wooden churches gives a chance to admire such sacral structures as the 14th-century Subsidiary church of the Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Klępsk, the 17th-century Subsidiary church of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Chlastawa and the 15th-century Church of the Holy Apostles Simon and Jude in Kosieczynie.
Lubuskie region is also dotted with vineyards. The most popular are "Stara Winna Góra", "Miłosz", "Ingrid" or "Kinga".