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Cities & Architecture

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Castle/Palace, Cities & Architecture

Książ castle, also known as Fürstenstein, is one of the largest castles in Poland, dominating the landscape above the town of Wałbrzych in Lower Silesia. Its impressive history, dating back to the 13th century, as well as its architecture, make it a fascinating site for visitors from all around the world.

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Background Information, Cities & Architecture, Nature & Wilderness

Lower Silesia, a region in southwestern Poland, is where architecture, history, and nature converge into a unique blend offering an extraordinary experience. And The Oak Lodge is your perfect gateway to discover all the adventures and wonders it has to offer.

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Cities & Architecture, Hiking & Biking

Lwówek Śląski, formerly known as Löwenberg, was first documented in 1217 as “Lewenberc” and established as part of the first clearing settlements carried out by Duke Henry I in the 13th century. As one of the oldest towns in the region, it provides insight into the complex history of Silesia.

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Cities & Architecture

Legnica is an old and proud city with history deeply embedded in the annals of Europe. Its strategic location on important trade routes often made it the site of significant historical events, including several major battles.

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Cities & Architecture, Hiking & Biking, Mountainsports

Tucked away in the picturesque Karkonosze (Giant Mountains) in Poland, stands the Wang Stave Church. This church is unique, not only because of its age and architecture but also because of its unusual journey from Norway to Poland.

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Castle/Palace, Cities & Architecture, Hiking & Biking

With its roots stretching back to the 13th century, Burg Tzschocha, also known as Czocha Castle, stands as a testament to the rich and tumultuous history of Lower Silesia. Unlike many others, it is fully intact and can be visited.

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Cities & Architecture, Hiking & Biking, Nature & Wilderness, Watersports

The Pilchowice Dam, known in Polish as Pilchowickie Zapora was constructed in the early 20th century. The impressive bulding continues to serve as a hydroelectric power station and a bulwark against flooding in the area of the Bóbr valley.

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