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Zielona Gora


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Zielona Gora is known as a Polish capital of the wine with its rich history and wine traditions. Every september during the Grape Harvesting Festival the tourists are guided around the town by the mythical god of the wine Bacchus.

Janow Podlaski


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Janow Podlaski is the oldest Polish state stud farm and one of the most picturesquely situated in Poland. The town is world-famous for its breeding of the purebred Arabian horses from which come the most famous Polish families of the Arabians. In the Janow stable have lived also known of its beauty Bandola, the...

Radzyn Podlaski


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The magnificient Potocki Palace in Radzyn Podlaski was calculated to have a great imposing effect on visitors – its architectural assumptions were completely different from the other polish residences arising at this time. Nowadays that's one of the most beautiful Rococo residences in Poland enchanting with its...

Kozlowka Palace


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The Kozlowka Palace is one of the best preserved aristocratic residences in Poland and for this reason has been placed on the top of the seven polish wonders. The numerous visitors are attracted here by an unique scenery and valuable historic, patriotic and artistic values.

Golub Dobrzyn Castle


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From the 18th century the town was divided into two separate settlements but the conspicuous symbol of its unity remained the Renaissance castle from the 13th century. The castle inhabited in the past by not so pretty queen Anna became the place where the Miss Poland beauty contests are held every year.

Ciechocinek


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Ciechocinek is one of the most famous polish Spa towns called „the pearl of Kujawy”. The town has a unique microclimate thanks to its salt springs rich of iodine. In the past it was the biggest Spa in Poland and even the German dignitaries was coming here for the treatment.

Chelmno


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The history of Chelmno is integrally associated with the Teutonic Knights who founded here their capital city in 1233. Nowadays this charming town with many historic monuments is being promoted as a city of the love and lovers – in 1893 the first textbook for lovers „The Love secretary or Handbook for lovers”...

Old Lichen, Marian Shrine in Lichen


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The thing that makes Stary Lichen unique is the Marian Shrine described as „the Czestochowa of the North” and its miraculous painting of Our Lady of Sorrows, the Queen of Poland and the patroness of the working people. Presently it is the largest church in Poland and one of the largest in Europe which attracts...

Kalisz, Sanctuary of Saint Joseph


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Kalisz is a town with the ancient origins which was mentioned by Ptolemy in his in AD 142. According to the many Roman documents Kalisz was an important trade center on the Amber Route.

Gniezno


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It is hard to imagine that this small town was once the first political and religious capital of Poland. The Gniezno's cathedral is a magnificent place where the first polish coronations took place and where the remains of the first polish christian queen Dabrowka and the first Polish martyr St Adalbert were buried.

Biskupin archeological site


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The settlement discovered by a local teacher Walenty Szwajcer in 1934 turned out to be an old Lusatian stronghold from the 8th century BC. Now thanks to its reconstruction we can get to know the conditions under which people have been living a long time ago.

Rogalin, the Raczynski Palace


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The Raczynski Palace is one of the most magnificient nobles' residences in Wielkopolska which history is related to the Poles' bursts of the indipendence in the 19th century. The palace surrounded by the Europe's largest cluster of the monumental trees, contains the oaks of more than 700 years history.

Kornik, Dendrological Park


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The Kornik Castle is one of the most picturesque castles in Poland - a romantic mansion in the English Gothic style with many oriental elements, surrounded by a landscape park in the English style. As the legend says: at night in the park and the castle's chambers walks Teofila Dzialynski called „the White Lady”.

Nidzica, Teutonic Castle


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The main attraction of the picturesque situated Nidzica is a famous historic fortress which now overlooks the town from a hill. The Teutonic castle „Neidenburg” was one of the strongest monastery fortifications which was to protect the borders of the Teutonic State and Mazovia.

Reszel


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The main attraction of the picturesque situated Nidzica is a famous historic fortress which now overlooks the town from a hill. The Teutonic castle „Neidenburg” was one of the strongest monastery fortifications which was to protect the borders of the Teutonic State and Mazovia.

Lidzbark Warminski


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During many centuries Lidzbark was the main residence of the bishops of Warmia and a cultural and religious capital of the region. Thanks to its picturesque location and beautiful architecture with the Bishops' castle and the old market square, the town was called the „pearl of Warmia region”.

Frombork


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Frombork owes its fame to its great historic complex of the Cathedral Hill and Nicolaus Copernicus whose life and work was associated with the town. Here he wrote his main work „On the Revolutios of the Celestial Spheres”, which has changed our idea about the Universe's construction.

Elblag


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Elblag is situated at the mouth of the Vistula lagoon and at the interface of the two different geographical regions: Zulawy Wislane and Elblag Uplands, what makes this area very picturesque and attractive. For centuries the town's history was really stormy: rulled by the Teutonic Knights and the polish kings,...

Swieta Lipka Sanctuary


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Elblag is situated at the mouth of the Vistula lagoon and at the interface of the two different geographical regions: Zulawy Wislane and Elblag Uplands, what makes this area very picturesque and attractive. For centuries the town's history was really stormy: rulled by the Teutonic Knights and the polish kings,...

Ketrzyn


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In the past this Teutonic Knights' town was known as the Rastembork and was a base from which were organized the expeditions for Lithuania. In 1440 the town became one of the founders of the Prussian Union acting against the Teutonic Knights.

Gierloz, The Wolf's Liar headquarter


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Here on the 20th July 1944 the German officer Claus von Stauffenberg made an unsuccessful attempt on Hitler's life. „The Wolf's Liar” was one of the most famous and secret building of the World War II where most of the atrocious decisions regarding the fate of many European nations were taken.

Przemysl


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Przemysl is one of the oldest and most beautiful Polish cities. The city situated on the foothills of the Carpathian Mountains proud of a wealth of over a thousand monuments of a great European history, enchants with an unforgettable landscapes.

Zywiec Brewery


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Przemysl is one of the oldest and most beautiful Polish cities. The city situated on the foothills of the Carpathian Mountains proud of a wealth of over a thousand monuments of a great European history, enchants with an unforgettable landscapes.

Hajnowka


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In this small, seemingly inconspicuous town is located the biggest in Poland Orthodox Church of the Holy Trinity. What-is-more thanks to its location near to Bialowieza and its forest, town is called „ the gateway to the Bialowieza Forest”.

Grabarka


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There is no more important place of pilgrimage for Polish Orthodox Christians than the Holy Mountain in Grabarka.

The Kamieniec Castle


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Above the Odrzykon, the beautiful ruins of the Kamieniec Castle are situated on the hills, which were the settings for the most popular 19th-century comedy „Revenge” (Zemsta) by Aleksander Fredro, the plot of which involves a dispute over the hole in the castle's wall between the owners of the middle and upper...

Lezajsk


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For many years the Bernardins Shrine of Our Lady of Consolation attracts the crowds of pilgrims from all over the world. Lezajsk is an exceptional place of an incredible atmosphere and tradition resulting from the penetration of the Polish, Ukrainian, Russian and Jewish culture.

Krosno


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In the past Krosno was described as „parva Cracovia”, what means „little Krakow”. This small town with a Renaissance cloth market and an intelectual life at a high level was resembling the royal city with its splendor – Krakow.

Krasiczyn


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The Castle which was located on the trade route Przemysl – Sanok is one of the most beautiful architectural treasures of the Renaissance-Mannerism in Poland. About the castle's significance and splendor say the hosts who visited this place in the past: kings Zygmunt III Waza, Wladyslaw IV, Jan Kazimierz and August...

Haczow


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The Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Haczow is a pearl of the wooden gothic architecture on the Wislok river. However the church is famous not only for its interesting form but also the numerous miracles which were to happen here in the past.

Lancut Castle


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The Lancut Castle is one of the most splendid magnatial residences in Poland. During its heyday the castle hosted such notables as: future king of France Louis IX, prince Antoni de Bourbon, king John III Sobieski, Hugo Kołłątaj and many others.

Bison Reserve in Pszczyna


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The only place to see the bizons in Poland is the Bialowieza Forest, and... Upper Silesia.

Baranow Sandomierski


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The Castle in Baranow Sandomierski is a shining pearl of polish architecture – not without the reason gained a name of the Litle Wawel or the pearl of the Renaissance, as the most distingue example of the noble residence.

Sandomierz


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Sandomierz is said to be a town of Father Matthew – from several years one of the most popular polish serial story takes place in this town showing its beauty to the world. In the fact, Sandomierz is one of the oldest, most beautiful and historically important Polish cities. The beginnings of the settlement in...

Checiny Castle


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The royal castle in Checiny is a pearl of Sandomierz and Świętokrzyskie region. The monumental and unapproachable fortress was built at the end of the 13th century and throughout the centuries it was the county seat, royal treasury, heavy state prison and the residence of the royal widows.

Kazimierz Dolny


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The delightful little town with its unique atmosphere is a favorite holiday resort of poets an painters. Here the Vistula valley is cut by the deep ravines with a picturesque landscapes and magnificient views from the gentle hills, especially from the Hill of Three Crosses. People from all over come here to admire...

Olsztyn Castle


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The Olsztyn Castle was one of the first and most fortified castles of The Eagles' Nests Trail in Cracow-Czestochowa Upland. In the past it was not only a fortress, temporal royal residence but also a prison for the nobles. Today it is a great example of the gothic fortified building in which construction were...

Ogrodzeniec Castle


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In the past the Ogrodzieniec castle, perched on a rocky outcrop, was astonishing with its power and an impressive size. Today the castle, which played an important role in the defence system of the country, is only a picturesque ruins testifying its former glory.
 
 
 

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