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The traditional craft trail
 
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‘The traditional craft trail’ corresponds to the existing and partly marked out trail named the same way (for more information see the website: www.tradycyjniepiekne.pl). Following the trail we find unique places in the Cieszyn Silesia where native artists still make unusual articles using traditional techniques. The product consisits of three car trips each day long. The character of two of them is cross-border. The programmes contain the approximate length of the trail stretches and the duration of sightseeing as well as the map with marked trips’ routes and some useful information. Both programmes and a way of touring (driving tourism) all mentioned attractions make the offer to spend your leisure time. There are other ways of visiting places described in the programmes so we can adjust each programme to our needs and choose the way we want to visit recommended interesting places. For example we can travel by bike along stretches of the Euroregional Cycling Loop no 24 C and local subroutes; on foot - walking along tourist and hiking trails in the district or by coach/bus - during coach/bus trips in the mentioned places.

 


The main way of travelling
Difficulty level Travel time [min]
walking easy 550,00 [min]
Detailed route parameters
Name
value
Total distance [km]
36,97
Total uphill distance [km]
12,03
Total downhill distance [km]
12,21
Total flat distance [km]
12,73
Total uphill altitude [m]
1142,00
Total downhill altitude [m]
1213,00
Minimum altitude [m.a.s.l.]
372,00
Average altitude [m.a.s.l.]
577,05
Maximum altitude [m.a.s.l.]
786,00
Trail length: 36,6
Trail length in the Silesian Voivodeship: 36,6

See also

Istebna
In Istebna, a Beskid village known widely for its landscape and inhabitants’ attachment to the highland tradition, it is worthwhile to visit - by prior telephone appointment – Jan Juroszek’s forge. For more than 20 years, he has been making elaborate iron railings, fences, stairs, gates and a number of smaller items on his farm.
Istebna
The Church of the Good Shepherd is the oldest shrine in Istebna. The brick building was built in the years 1792-1794. It replaced a wooden church erected in the early eighteenth century. From outside, the church looks simple, referring to the architectural style of the late Baroque. The interior, on the other hand, has a distinctive design - a work of the Istebna artists, including Jan Wałach and the Konarzewski family.
Istebna
The Kawulok’s wooden cottage was built in 1863. It now houses an exhibition presenting the old household equipment and musical instruments, such as a gaida (bagpipe), a shepherd's horn, or a fujara, which is a large sophisticated folk shepherd's fipple flute .The interesting exhibits and the stories of the local guides have long enjoyed great popularity among tourists. It is located on the Wooden Architecture Trail of the Silesia province.
Istebna
The Chapel of Our Lady Queen of the Polish Crown located on Bucznik in Istebna was built in 1922. Its founder was Ludwik Konarzewski Senior - a sculptor and painter, the first of the family of artists, who have been associated with Istebna for a hundred years. The chapel was built as a votive offering for the safe return from exile to Siberia. The building was erected as a log cabin construction, covered with shingles. Inside the chapel, there are works of the artist, including a wooden altar with an image of the Virgin Mary.
Istebna
Istebna, one of the most popular holiday destinations, has been lucky to host distinguished guests who - attracted by her beauty - remained here for their whole life, enriching local culture. This was the case of Ludwik Konarzewski Sr., a prominent artist, who started his family’s relationships with Istebna. We can learn more about the history and work of this extraordinary family by visiting their home workshop and gallery located on the hill of Bucznik. On the premises, there is a wooden chapel of the Konarzewski family built in 1923 as a votive offering for the return from Siberia.
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