Lista obiektów i miejsc w pobliżu
  • Cultural Heritage
    Żywiec
    The memorial commemorating the Battle of Grunwald was erected in 1910 to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the great victory. The monument was destroyed by the Germans in 1939. The new eagle cast in bronze in the late 80s of the twentieth century and the obelisk were renovated at the beginning of this century. The monument was unveiled 2005. On this occasion, the residents paid homage to the heroes of our modern history, the so-called cursed soldiers, who had died in the land of Żywiec.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Hala Skrzyczeńska znajduje się w Szczyrku, w powiecie bielskim. Geograficznie obszar ten zaliczany jest do Beskidu Śląskiego. Znajduje się tam kompleks polan, z których część leży w Brennej Węgierski, natomiast pozostałe w Szczyrku, na stokach Wierchu Pośredniego.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Puńców
    The church of Saint George in Puńców is one of the oldest in Cieszyn Silesia - the nave was built in the first half of the sixteenth century. The builders of the sanctuary followed the Gothic aesthetic. And despite the passage of centuries, the church in Puńców remains real treat for lovers of this style. Especially captivating is the interior, with a vaulted palm ceiling, supported by a single column. A similar solution was applied on the Polish territory only in the church of the Holy Cross in Kraków.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Żywiec
    One of the monuments of the Jewish community once living in Zabłocie, a district of Żywiec is an old nineteenth-century cemetery. Among about 500 tombstones (stelae), there are some true masterpieces of stonework. In the early twentieth century the local Jewish community numbered about 1,800 people, and Zabłocie became a little Jewish town with its own synagogue, a school and a number of industrial plants, including the famous paper mill "Solali".
  • Cultural Heritage
    Puńców
    "Open-air Museum in Puńców" is a private initiative of Andrzej Lacel, a resident of the charming village located in Cieszyn Silesia. In the building especially erected for this purpose, over a few years, Mr. Lacel has amassed a large collection of items depicting everyday life in the countryside of Cieszyn a hundred years ago. The collection prides itself on unique carriages, britzkas, sleighs and wagons, carefully restored with the help of a professional wheelwright.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Żywiec
    The Żywiec railway station was built in 1878. Within a few years, the city became an important hub along the Carpathian Transversal Railway, connecting Čadca (now Slovakia) with Stanisławów and Husiatyń (now Ukraine). The line, with a length of 800 km, ran through Zwardoń, Żywiec, and then through Sucha Beskidzka, Nowy Sącz, Krosno, Sambor, Drohobycz, and Stryj. It was once of great economic importance. Currently, trains run along a part of the line.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Dzięgielów
    There is a place at the Polish-Czech border, where a man talks to bees. This " Bees' Town" of Jan Gajdacz is situated between Dzięgielów and Leszna Górna, in the commune of Goleszów. For many years, Mr. Jan has been on friendly terms with the local bees. He builds unusual hives for them, which take shape of a cottage house, a mill, a town hall, a church and a windmill. It is a charming place, a real town - but it is not inhabited by people, but by bees.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Żywiec
    Miody z Ziemi Żywieckiej: wielokwiatowy, spadziowy, nektarowo-spadziowy - wpisane na Listę Produktów Tradycyjnych. Doskonałe warunki przyrodnicze i klimatyczne Żywiecczyzny sprzyjają pozyskiwaniu miodów.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Bacówka w formie archaicznej beskidzkiej koliby położona jest w gospodarstwie na wysokości 700 m n.p.m. Prowadzona tu gazdówka agroturystyczna pozwala odpocząć z dala od ruchliwej drogi (ok. 1300 m n.p.m.) co zapewnia ciszę i spokój.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Żywiec
    The Żywiec Archducal Brewery is one of the most famous and successful producers of beer in Poland. The history of the plant began in the mid-nineteenth century, when the decision was taken by Archduke Albrecht Friedrich Habsburg, the then owner of Żywiec to build a brewery. Many of the original brewery buildings have been preserved to this day. They were designed by Karol Pietschka. The Żywiec Brewery Museum astounds with modern solutions, where we will learn the history of the plant and the process of beer production.