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Hiking & Biking, Mountainsports, Nature & Wilderness, Watersports

The Rudawy Janowickie, a small mountain range covering an area of about 90 km², is a hidden gem often overlooked by travelers. It offers impressive rock formations, breathtaking panoramas, a mystical castle in the forest, palaces, and colorful lakes.

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Hiking & Biking, Mountainsports, Nature & Wilderness, Watersports, Wintersports

The Giant Mountains, also known as Krkonoše (in Czech) or Karkonosze (in Polish), are a magnificent mountain range located in the north of the Czech Republic and the southwest of Poland. As part of the Sudetes mountain system, they are a nature paradise in the Heart of Europe.

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Hiking & Biking, Mountainsports, Nature & Wilderness, Watersports, Wintersports

The Jizera Mountains, known in Czech as the Jizerské hory and in Polish as Góry Izerskie, form a picturesque mountain range which straddles the border between the Czech Republic and Poland and were named after the Jizera River, which rises from within these mountains.

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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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Hiking & Biking, Nature & Wilderness, Watersports

In the southwest of Poland, nestled among the gentle hills and rugged mountain ranges of Lower Silesia, the Bóbr River meanders through a landscape that is both picturesque and full of historical places waiting to be discovered.

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