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  • Cultural Heritage
    Żarki
    Near the village of Przewodziszowice in the Polish Jura, there are ruins of one of the smaller Eagles' Nests. The local defense watchtower was built probably in the fourteenth or the late fourteenth and fifteenth centuries. The builder of the watch tower was either King Casimir the Great or Duke Ladislaus of Opole. For some time in the fifteenth century, it became a property of knight-robber Kornicz called Siestrzeniec, who according to a legend, hid the stolen treasures here.i
  • Cultural Heritage
    Zrębice
    The church in Zrębice is one of the most picturesque, wooden monuments of the Polish Jura, located on the Wooden Architecture Trail of the Silesia province. The Zrębice parish has long a tradition. It was mentioned in lists of Peter’s pence as Sdrzambicze (the place, where the forest and shrubs were felled) as early as 1334. It is believed that the village was founded together with the fortified settlement of Olsztyn during the reign of Casmir the Great, in the first half of the fourteenth century. Jan Długosz described the Zrębice parish in the fifteenth century.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Zrębice
    Kapliczka oraz cudowne źródełko (studnia), z którego woda miała służyć jako lekarstwo jest wyrazem wdzięczności mieszkańców dla św. Idziego. Kapliczka znajduje się na trasie zielonego szlaku nazwanego „Dróżki św. Idziego”, który biegnie z Olsztyna do Zrębic.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Łutowiec
    Łutowiec is an inconspicuous village (formerly known as Oltowiec or Holtowiec). It is an old village, mentioned for the first time at the end of the fourteenth century. A medieval watchtower, of which remains have been preserved on one of the rock outcroppings, is one of the most mysterious objects of this kind in the Jura. It was probably founded in the fourteenth century, but already in the next century, it became abandoned and was beginning to fall into ruin.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Żarki
    In the town of Żarki town located near Zawiercie, in the Polish Jura, one can find the Shrine of Our Lady of Leśniów, the Patroness of the Families. A miraculous statue of Our Lady with the Child is worshipped in the sanctuary. The statue is said to have been brought to Leśniów by Vladislaus II of Opole at the end of the fourteenth century. The sculpture adorns the main altar of the church of the Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, in whose neighborhood there is a monastery of the Pauline Fathers.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Żarki
    Muzeum Dawnych Rzemiosł to muzeum interaktywne – rodzaj parku technicznego. Elementy ekspozycji pozwalają na: dotykanie, zaglądanie, sprawdzanie, wąchanie itd. Zwiedzający będą mogli samodzielnie wykonywać drobne prace związane z rzemiosłami, zarówno podczas zwiedzania ekspozycji jak i w sali warsztatowej. Obiekt jest przystosowany do zwiedzania przez osoby niepełnosprawne.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Żarki
    Żarki is a small town in the Polish Jura, where a large Jewish community lived for centuries. The early followers of the Jewish religion had come here as early as the Middle Ages. They left behind them only a memory and cemeteries. The best preserved graveyard is situated at Polna Street. There are about 700 tombstones on the cemetery. The oldest gravestones date from the first half of the nineteenth century. They are decorated with inscriptions and rarely seen, symbolic, imaginations.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Żarki
    In the small town of Żarki, located in the district of Myszków, in the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, there is a unique group of dozens of historic barns. Built of limestone, the buildings lie in the eastern part of the town, close to the market popular across the region. They were built in the late 30s of the last century, on the site of the earlier wooden constructions, which had burned down in fires. In one of the barns a regular event called "Kupiecki Sąsiek”, which can be roughly translated as “merchant fair” is held.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Żarki
    In the nineteenth century Żarki, a small town in the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland was largely inhabited by Jews. The new synagogue, standing at the current Moniuszki Street, has been preserved to this day. It was erected in the Moorish-Romanesque style in the second half of the nineteenth. During the Second World War, it was devastated, but not destroyed. Today, it houses a cultural center