List of facilities and places in the neighbourhood
  • Cultural Heritage
    Złoty Potok
    In Złoty Potok, a village of the Polish Jura, which is beautifully situated on the Wiercica, a tourist may not complain about the lack of attractions. These areas are renowned for their landscape values, and there is no shortage of monuments. In the center of the village, it is worthwhile to stop for a moment in the meticulously restored market square known under the name of Saint John’s The Baptist Square. The local parish church is also worth visiting, while the square itself is adorned with a fine well and a bronze statue of the "Nosiwódki", - a woman carrying the buckets of water.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Złoty Potok
    The January Uprising Monument located on Mount Wilcza Góra (Wolf Mountain) in Złoty Potok consists of a cylindrical pedestal placed on the foundation and topped with a small chapel with statues and paintings. It commemorates the victory of the insurgents in the battle of Janów on July 6, 1863, as well as and other battles and the victims of the brutal crackdown carried out by the Russians. In 1983, an inscription was placed here, commemorating Saint Brother Albert, who in his youth participated in the January Uprising.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Złoty Potok
    The church of Saint John the Baptist in Złoty Potok was built probably in the late thirteenth century. In the following centuries, it was rebuilt several times - for example, distinctive tower was added in the second half of the nineteenth century. Inside the church there are primarily Mannerist and Baroque monuments, but it is also worthwhile to see to the nineteenth-century mortuary chapel of the Krasiński family.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Złoty Potok
    For centuries, water mills have been present in the Polish countryside. However, their time has gone, therefore, in the twenty-first century, we can admire only a few historic objects of this type. We will see a traditional mill in beautiful surroundings in Złoty Potok, in the Kraków-Częstochowa. The water mill “Kołaczew” was powered with the water of the Wiercica water from medieval times, but the present building is 200 years old. The machines use an electric engine.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Złoty Potok
    Złoty Potok, a village in the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, attracts tourists with the beautiful Wiercica Valley, the impressive palace and the nearby manor, which houses the Museum of Zygmunt Krasiński, as well as with tasty trout. We will also find the Forestry Management headquarters situated in a century-old, brick manor, in which many years ago, the administration of the estates of Złoty Potok operated. The building itself is an interesting monument, and on its premises a chamber dedicated to nature and forest environment has been arranged.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Złoty Potok
    One of the monuments of Złoty Potok associated with Zygmunt Krasiński is a Classicist mansion built by Wincenty Krasiński, poet’s father, in the first half of the nineteenth century. Wincenty Krasiński bought this property in 1851. Zygmunt, one of our three national poets, stayed here twice. During his second visit in 1857, he learned the area quite well, which resulted in giving certain names to the surrounding objects. Currently, the mansion houses a museum.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Złoty Potok
    The palace of Złoty Potok was rebuilt at the initiative of the new owner of the property, General Wincenty Krasiński in the 1850s. It was erected on the site of a castle, and earlier of a fortified mansion, which had been standing here since the end of the thirteenth century. In 1857, Zygmunt Krasiński, a national poet of Polish Romantic literature was staying with his family in the palace. The final neo-classicist form was given to the building at the beginning of the twentieth century, after the reconstruction made by Count Karol Raczyński. The palace is surrounded by a park.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Złoty Potok
    The early medieval settlement “Wały” lies in the vicinity of Złoty Potok. It was a rock stronghold located in the highland. It consisted of a few parts. It was erected on a forested promontory above the Wiercica river valley. It was composed of three outer settlements and a central fortress protected by the earthworks. The site was inhabited from the eighth to the twelfth century. The red marked Trail of the Eagles' Nests runs in the vicinity of the remains of the settlement earthworks.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Janów
    The church in Janów is a building dating from the years 1921-1923. This is the third, successive church standing on the same site. It was erected in the neo-Baroque style. Previously, there was a wooden church from 1709, here, then replaced with a brick one from 1878. These buildings were not lucky, as was Janów itself, burned by the Russian army during the January Uprising, and later shelled by the Germans during the First World War, and finally devastated by two fires in the first half of the twentieth century.