Lista obiektów i miejsc w pobliżu
  • Cultural Heritage
    Choroń
    Przy drodze z Choronia do Poraja, na zboczu wzgórza jurajskiego, stoi wybudowana w XVII wieku kaplica św. Floriana. Do dzisiejszych czasów dotrwała wieść gminna, że na strychu kapliczki mieszkańcy Choronia w 1863 r. ukrywali trzech powstańców z rozbitego pod Janowem oddziału Mariana Langiewicza. Wewnątrz kapliczki znajdują się rzeźby św. Floriana i św. Mikołaja, a na murze zewnętrznym tablica upamiętniająca mieszkańców wsi poległych w II Wojnie Światowej.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Olsztyn
    It is a small cave with a fairly large and spacious chamber is located just behind the opening.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Choroń
    Aleja Lipowa w Choroniu o długości 570 m jest od 1993 roku własnością gminy Poraj. Rozporządzeniem Wojewody Częstochowskiego została uznana za pomnik przyrody. Wówczas liczyła 29 sztuk wiekowych lip, w tym 18 sztuk lipy drobnolistnej i 11 sztuk lipy szerokolistnej. Obecnie w Alei znajduje się ok. 130 starych i młodych drzew.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Choroń
    The Church of St John the Baptist in Choroń stands on a lofty ridge, and thus it dominates the landscape of this part of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland. The church was built in the late sixteenth century, as a branch of the parish in Przybynów. It is a small building with a polygonal main tower and a small turret. Note the nice, Renaissance portals. In the vicinity of the church, in 1939, there was a bloody battle of Polish soldiers against the German army.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Lelów
    250 years ago, the holy man David Biderman used to prophesy and do miracles both in Poland and abroad. He was also famous for his wisdom throughout the Jewish world. He founded a dynasty, which even today means a lot to the Jews both in Israel and in the United States. His grave is located in Lelów, a village near Częstochowa. It is a pilgrimage destination of devout followers of Hasidism.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Lelów
    Lelów, a communal village, located in the north-eastern part of Silesia, was a town from the beginning of the fourteenth to the second half of the nineteenth century. King Casmir the Great ordered to locate a town on the present site. Its medieval urban layout has been preserved. It is characterized by an almost a square marketplace from whose corners streets run out. There are traces of defense walls and gate towers.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Lelów
    The Sanctuary of Our Lady of Consolation of Lelów is associated with the parish church of Saint Martin. The original church was erected in the fourteenth century here. Restored after a fire in 1638, it burned down again in 1939. The invading German soldiers set it on fire. The Image of Our Lady is venerated in the shrine. It is a replica of the original, seventeenth-century picture. It was made by Czesław Ćwinarowicz in 1948 for the newly rebuilt church.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Masłońskie
    In the 1970s-the 19th century Leon Hassfeld built this factory, after him, his son John took it. It was started in 1880 under the name of industrial plant "Natalin". The second part of the name of the railway station in the village of Masłońskie-Gothenburg, was given in gratitude the family Hassfeldów-founder of the factory, who developed a village, he morseled part of its plots for factory workers of cardboard.
  • Cultural Heritage
    Skarżyce
    The ruins of the knight castle "Bąkowiec" from the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries are located within the area of the holiday resort "Morsko", near the village of the same name. Next to the castle there are the two most important hiking trails of the Polish Jura – the red Trail of the Eagles' Nests and the blue Trail of the Jurassic Strongholds. A trip to the ruins of the castle can be combined with a visit to the nearby Rzędkowice and the Kroczyce Rocks.
  • Cultural Heritage
    The cave has been formed in the upper Jurassic limestone in the Kielniki quarry, near the Przymiłowice-Kotysów village.