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    Złoty Potok
    Kompleks źródliskowy Zygmunta i Elżbiety w Złotym Potoku to zespoły źródeł oddalone od siebie o kilkadziesiąt metrów a nazwę nadał im od imion swoich dzieci przebywający tutaj z rodziną w 1857 r. poeta polskiego romantyzmu Zygmunt Krasiński. Wypływające z kilkunastu szczelin potoki są dodatkowo zasilanie licznymi źródłami korytowymi. Źródła mają charakter szczelinowo-krasowy. Są to źródła spływowe, związane wyłącznie z wapieniami skalistymi. Próżniami krasowymi woda przepływa bardzo szybko, stąd źródła mają zmienną wydajność.
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    Złoty Potok
    The stretch of the Wiercica valley from the foot of the castle on the Ostrężnik hill to Złoty Potok and Janów belongs to the most beautiful parts of the Polish Jura. Tourists are impressed with the clean water of the Wiercica, nice forests and limestone cliffs of fancy shapes. Besides, there are plenty of monuments here (with the palace of the Krasińskis and the manor of the Raczyńskis in the forefront) and the places associated with Zygmunt Krasiński, one of the Three Polish Bards - national poets of Polish Romantic literature. There are a lot of tourist routes and educational trails which lead to the above mentioned attractions
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    Jaworze
    “Jasionka” is the name of the upper section of the stream of Jasienica, also known as Jasienicka. The whole stream is about 21 km long. The sources are located at an altitude of 730 m above sea level, on the slopes of the Błatnia massif, lying in the north of the Silesian Beskids. In the forested mountain valley there is a settlement belonging to Jaworze. Further, the stream flows through the lower areas of the Silesian Foothills. The upper part of the valley has valuable natural assets.
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    Międzybrodzie Bialskie
    Międzybrodzie Lake, also known as Międzybrodzie Water Reservoir, is an artificial lake on the Soła river, formed by a dam in Porąbka. The reservoir was built in 1937. Originally, the purpose of its construction was to control flooding. Later, the lake became a recreational destination and a power plant was built here. The area of the reservoir is a starting point of interesting trails leading onto the nearby peaks of the Little Beskid.
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    Pawełki
    In the commune of Kochanowice, within the Upper Liswarta Forests Landscape Park, there are two natural sites worth seeing. One is the ecological site “Brzoza”, of which the major part is a pond of the same name. The other lies close to the natural attraction that is the place where the Rhododendron catawbiense grows. Both of these sites can be seen while hiking along a sevenkilometer-long natural path.
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    Chałupki
    The Border Meanders of the Oder River are one of the most interesting, protected areas, lying on the banks of the Oder River in the vicinity of Chałupki, at the mouth of the Olza. At this point, the river is unregulated, and its picturesque meanders along with the surrounding meadows and forests form a valuable natural area. The winding riverbed and its immediate surroundings have been reported to the Natura 2000 Network. The local ecological foundation and the local government aim to reconcile the environmental protection and a rational use of the valley.
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    Mstów
    The gorge of the Warta River near Mstów is the name of a special area of protection of habitats in the Natura 2000 network, which covers a large part of the Mirowski Warta River Gorge, stretching over 12 km - from Częstochowa (in the west) to Mstów (in the east). It protects the natural part of the river valley with diverse plant communities and valuable species of animals. Natural features are complemented by scenic and historic attractions.
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    Czerniańskie Lake in the town of Wisła was created in 1973 by building a concrete on in the Vistula in the village of Wisła Czarne. The reservoir is filled with waters of the Czarna Wisełka and Biała Wisełka rivers, which flow down from Mount Barania Góra. The lake serves as a retention reservoir and as a source of drinking water for the inhabitants of Wisła and Ustroń. The lake comprises the nature reserve “Wisła”, which protects a species of trout. It also complements the scenic Beskid landscape to be admired during the romantic walks.