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Category: Marked tourist route
Myszków - Góra Włodowska - Żarki - Żarki Letnisko - Kozieglowy - Siewierz
 
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WHERE FROM:
Myszków
WHERE TO:
Siewierz

Myszków - Góra Włodowska - Żarki - Żarki Letnisko - Kozieglowy - Siewierz


The main way of travelling
Difficulty level Travel time [min]
bike easy 90,00 [min]
Detailed route parameters
Name
value
Total distance [km]
82,68
Total uphill distance [km]
6,68
Total downhill distance [km]
6,68
Total flat distance [km]
69,32
Total uphill altitude [m]
1315,00
Total downhill altitude [m]
1322,00
Minimum altitude [m.a.s.l.]
277,00
Average altitude [m.a.s.l.]
342,92
Maximum altitude [m.a.s.l.]
417,00
Trail length: 83,7
Trail length in the Silesian Voivodeship: 83,7

See also

Wojkowice Kościelne
Wojkowice Kościelne is a village in the Zagłębie Dąbrowskie, located in the commune of Siewierz, in the district of Będzin. The church of Saint Martin is one of its monuments, which is particularly noteworthy. Its shape is the result of accumulating several styles from different centuries. However, its origins, visible in the preserved parts of the building, date back to the early years of the thirteenth century. It is at the same time the shrine of Our Lady of Good Voyage.
Siewierz
The church of Saint John the Baptist in Siewierz is one of the oldest in Poland. It may have been built before 1144. Its walls made of slabs, small size, The modest, small building devoid of decoration, whose walls are made of slabs, points to its Romanesque origins. According to the fifteenth - century chronicler, Jan Długosz, the founder of the church was Piotr Włostowic called Dunin, palatine of Prince Bolesław Wrymouth. He was a significant figure and the person was the subject of legends. The church of Saint John Baptist testifies to the great importance of Siewierz at the beginning of the Polish state.
Siewierz
The small, one-nave church of Saints Barbara and Valentine in Siewierz was built in 1618, as an infirmary church. It replaced the previous wooden structure standing on the same site. Inside the church, there is the equipment from the first half of the seventeenth century, among which it is worth paying attention to the Baroque altars. The portraits of the main patron saints of the church, Saint Barbara of Nicomedia and Saint Valentine are placed in the high altar.
Siewierz
Modern Siewierz is a small town in the district of Będzin, which is crossed by the busy state road S1, the so-called “Gierkówka”. Few travelers realize that for centuries the town was capital of an independent duchy, and that the Bishops of Kraków bore the title of the dukes of Siewierz until the end of the Polish– Lithuanian Commonwealth. The ruins of the castle in Siewierz speak volumes about its paSt To this day, the walls of the fortress, the tower and the barbican have been preserved. An observation platform was set up on top of the tower in 2008.
Siewierz
Siewierz is one of the oldest Polish towns, as evidenced, inter alia, by the preserved Romanesque church of Saint John the Baptist The settlement was founded probably in the 11th century, but the town at its present site was established after 1276, when it received town privileges. To The medieval urban layout with a central market square and streets running out of its corners has been preserved till present-day.
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