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SZLAK OLZY 10.2
 
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SZLAK OLZY 10.2


The main way of travelling
Difficulty level Travel time [min]
bike easy 90,00 [min]
Detailed route parameters
Name
value
Total distance [km]
23,92
Total uphill distance [km]
5,40
Total downhill distance [km]
6,48
Total flat distance [km]
12,04
Total uphill altitude [m]
406,00
Total downhill altitude [m]
436,00
Minimum altitude [m.a.s.l.]
204,00
Average altitude [m.a.s.l.]
226,29
Maximum altitude [m.a.s.l.]
279,00
Trail length: 23,8
Trail length in the Silesian Voivodeship: 23,8

See also

Empire palace in Frysztat (Karwina, Czech Republic) former was a wooden Gothic castle founded by the Piast princes of nearby Cieszyn. Frysztat became the second residence of the dynasty after Cieszyn itself. In 1792 Frysztat was bought by the Count of Larisch-Mönnich. The palace was to remain in their hands until 1945. The Frysztat castle was an example of the pure Empire style. In front of the main building was built an ornamental park. In 1997 the object was renovated and opened to the public. Inside the palace is one of the most marvellous library across the Czech Republic. In the neighborhood is located the old town and parkland area with rare species of trees.
Kaczyce
The Church of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross in Kaczyce is an interesting wooden building, originally built in Ruptawa before 1620. It was moved to its current location in the 70s of the twentieth century. Lying in the center of the village, the church is thickly surrounded by trees, and somewhat obscured by the buildings of the nearby houses. It is situated on the Pszczyna loop of the Wooden Architecture Trail of the Silesia province.
Zebrzydowice
The parish in Zebrzydowice is now part of the deanery of Strumień of the Bielsko-Żywiec diocese. It was already mentioned in 1335 in the list of Peter’s pence, although it is a bit older. The village itself was founded at the end of the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries. At that time, two wooden shrines were erected: the Zebrzydowice church, which soon became a parish church, and the church in nearby Marklowice, which for a long time was a branch church.
Zebrzydowice
The Zebrzydowice Palace is a building of neat, compact shape, which received its present form as a result of the reconstruction carried out in the eighteenth century. Originally, it was a defensive structure, which was built in medieval times. It had probably the character of a Gothic castle. The residences, which over the centuries completely changed its form, suffered greatly in the postwar period. Today, it houses the seat of the commune office and several other institutions.
Kończyce Małe
The castle in Kończyce Małe, a village on the Polish-Czech border, is sometimes called Cieszyn Wawel Castle. This is due to the arcades in the inner courtyard. This Renaissance building was erected by the members of the Czel family in the sixteenth century. It later belonged to the families of the Pełk and Folwarczny. Today, the castle houses numerous local associations, the Regional Chamber and an elegant hotel and restaurant.
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