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Category: Marked tourist route
Woźniki - Bąki
 
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Dobrodzień

Pieszy, Zielony szlak turystyczny prowadzący z Woźnik przez Kalety, Koszęcin, Piłkę, Lubliniec, Lubecko, Łagiewniki Wielkie, Gwoździany do granicy województwa w okolicach Dobrodzienia. Najważniejsze atrakcje do zobaczenia na trasie: w Woźnikach - pomnik bitwy woźnickiej, układ urbanistyczny Woźnik z rynkiem i klasycystycznym ratuszem z 1862, drewniany kościół św. Walentego, grób Józefa Lompy, kościół św. Katarzyny; w Kaletach - dwór myśliwski Donnersmarcków, ścieżka przyrodnicza "Do bobrów", zbiornik "Zielona"; w Koszęcinie – kościół z lat 1907-08 pw. Najświętszego Serca Pana Jezusa, dworek Zarządu Dóbr ks. Hohenlohe oraz klasycystyczny pałac ks. Hohenlohe-Ingelfingen z 1830 r., w którym ma siedzibę Zespół Pieśni i Tańca „Śląsk”; w Lublińcu – kościół z 1505 r. pw. Podwyższenia Krzyża Św. oraz poza szlakiem drewniany kościół z 1653 r. pw. św. Anny, muzea Edyty Stein i Pro Memoria Edith Stein, klasztor oo. Oblatów z pocz. XX w., kościół pw. św. Mikołaja z II poł. XVI w., Zamek Lubliniecki z XIII w.; w Lubecku - Kościół Wniebowzięcia NMP w Lubecku, Sanktuarium MB Lubeckiej i grób Franciszki Ciemiengi z Kanusa, zmarłej w opinii świętości; w Gwożdzianach - drewniany kościół Narodzenia NMP z 1576 r., pałac z poł. XIX w.


The main way of travelling
Difficulty level Travel time [min]
walking easy 1100,00 [min]
Other possible ways to travel
Difficulty level Estimated travel time [min]
bike easy 220,00 [min]
Detailed route parameters
Name
value
Total distance [km]
72,05
Total uphill distance [km]
5,70
Total downhill distance [km]
6,79
Total flat distance [km]
59,56
Total uphill altitude [m]
875,00
Total downhill altitude [m]
950,00
Minimum altitude [m.a.s.l.]
232,00
Average altitude [m.a.s.l.]
277,23
Maximum altitude [m.a.s.l.]
312,00
Towns/cities on the road:
Woźniki; Kalety; Koszęcin; Piłka; Lubliniec; Lubecko; Łagiewniki Wielkie; Gwoździany; Dobrodzień
Trail length: 76,2
Trail length in the Silesian Voivodeship: 71,9
Districts: lubliniecki
Voivodeships: Silesian
Amenities: car park

See also

Woźniki
Woźniki, a small town situated on the north-eastern edge of historical Silesia, can boast of the history dating back to medieval times. Thanks to it, in the town, we can see a medieval urban layout with a centrally located market square and a grid plan of streets and residential quarters. The pride of the market square is a well-maintained old parish church and the nineteenth-century, neo-Classicist town hall.
Woźniki
Woźniki is one of the oldest towns in Silesia. The local church was built in the Gothic style in the fourteenth century. Over the centuries, it was rebuilt in the Renaissance and Baroque styles, and finally received it present-day form. The parish of St Catherine of Alexandria in Woźniki belongs to the Diocese of Gliwice. It is also home to the deanery. A lot of the local traditions are associated with the patron saint of the church, a martyr from the turn of the third and fourth centuries.
Woźniki
The Florianek Hill rises north of Woźniki. On its top, there is an imposing monument commemorating the soldiers of the 5th Mounted Rifle Regiment and the 3rd Silesian Cavalry Regiment Cavalry of the Kraków Brigade, who died here on the second of September, 1939, during the fierce fighting with the advancing German troops. Graves with the names of 18 perished soldiers from the both regiments can be found in Woźniki itself, in the parish cemetery.
Woźniki
Woźniki is a town located in the district of Lubliniec. Its main monument is the Church of St Valentine. It is a log cabin construction building with baroque furnishings. In the nineteenth century, Józef Lompa, a Silesian poet and preacher of Polish national consciousness, lived with his daughter in Woźnik, where he died. Lompa founded a public libraryin the town. He is buried in the cemetery at the Church of St. Valentine. There are also tombs of Silesian insurgents in this graveyard.
Mzyki
Mzyki is a small, picturesque village located in the commune of Koziegłowy, about 35 km from Częstochowa. There is a church built in the 90s of the twentieth century, of which patron saint is Saint Jean Marie Vianney, and to whom the sanctuary is dedicated. It is the branch church of the parish in Gniazdowo. Saint Jean Marie Vianney, the patron saint of the local church, is also the patron saint of parsons today. He lived in the French countryside during 1786-1859.
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