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Category: Marked tourist route
Bieruń - Mysłowice
Szlak im. Ks. Jana Kudery
 
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WHERE FROM:
Bieruń
WHERE TO:
Mysłowice

Pieszy, Żółty szlak Turystyczna prowadzący z Bierunia przez Imielin do Mysłowic-Brzezinki. Najważniejsze atrakcje do zobaczenia na trasie: w Bieruniu - zabytkowy układ urbanistyczny z rynkiem, kościołem św. Bartłomieja Apostoła i zabudową z XIX w., drewniany kościół św. Walentego; w Imielinie - kościół pw. MB Szkaplerznej i kaplica z 1706 r.


The main way of travelling
Difficulty level Travel time [min]
walking easy 300,00 [min]
Other possible ways to travel
Difficulty level Estimated travel time [min]
bike easy 60,00 [min]
Detailed route parameters
Name
value
Total distance [km]
20,21
Total uphill distance [km]
1,74
Total downhill distance [km]
1,59
Total flat distance [km]
16,88
Total uphill altitude [m]
258,00
Total downhill altitude [m]
237,00
Minimum altitude [m.a.s.l.]
229,00
Average altitude [m.a.s.l.]
251,15
Maximum altitude [m.a.s.l.]
280,00

Szlak im. Ks. Jana Kudery

Towns/cities on the road:
Bieruń; Imielin, Mysłowice
Trail length: 20,1
Trail length in the Silesian Voivodeship: 20,1
Districts: bieruńsko-lędziński
Voivodeships: Silesian
Tourist regions: Pszczyna Region
Amenities: campsites

See also

Bieruń
The wooden Church of Saint Valentine in Bieruń Stary is affectionately called “Walencink” by local people. Walencik means little Valentine in Polish. We do not know the exact date of its foundation. The first written mention of the building dates back to 1628 and comes from a report of the visit paid by Johann Hoffman, who was the last Protestant dean of Pszczyna. Therefore, the church is supposed to have been founded at the end of the sixteenth century or at the beginning of the next century. The wooden Church of Saint Valentine is situated on the Wooden Architecture Route of the Silesia province.
Bieruń
In Stary Bieruń old, which is the historic center of presentday Bieruń, there are material traces of the once presence of a modest but influential Jewish community. Most telling are the remains of the cemetery, which are located at Świętego Wita, on the Mleczna river. The cemetery occupies a small, thickly forested area. Behind the wall and the gate you can see about 50 tombstones, the oldest of which are dated from the eighteenth century.
Lędziny
Did Saints Cyril and Methodius, the Apostles of the Slavs, come with the mission of evangelization to Silesia in the ninth century? Tradition and many people say that the place where they could have preached the Good News was the hill named Klemensowa Góra in Lędziny. The hill, on which the church of Saint Clement stands, is clearly visible from Tychy. The shrine was built in the years 1769-1772, and it blended so well with the landscape that its image was even placed in the coat of arms of the city.
Lędziny
Hołdunów, an old village, is situated within the boundaries of the town of Lędziny. Its origins go back to the second half of the eighteenth century. It was founded by the protestants, who in 1770 moved here from Kozy in Cieszyn Silesia. In the same year a parish with a chapel and a school was established. Soon, a cemetery, which is one of the oldest Protestant necropoleis in Upper Silesia, was laid out. In the graveyard we can find the tombstone of Christian Ruberg, an outstanding, German inventor.
Tychy
Paprocany is a southern district of Tychy. It is a popular place of recreation and relaxation. The attraction of this part of the city is the picturesque Paprocany Lake and extensive wooded areas. Hardly anyone remembers that, in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, heavy industry developed here. An ironworks was founded by the Duke of Pless in 1703. There are a few brick buildings of the plant, which was closed in 1878, and…an extensive lake.
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