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Książenice Czerwionka Leszczyny Trasa rowerowa

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Książenice Czerwionka Leszczyny Trasa rowerowa

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bike easy 10,00 [min]
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Trail length: 3,1
Trail length in the Silesian Voivodeship: 3,1

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The church of Saint Nicholas in Wilcza (in the commune of Pilchowice, in the district of Gliwice), is the third, successive religious building in this place, erected in the eighteenth century. The one-nave wooden church is a log construction. It has valuable equipment with a Baroque painting of Our Lady of Frydecka. It is located on the Wooden Architecture Trail of the Silesia province. There are other walking trails: a yellow-marked circular trail around Gliwice and the green Centenary of Tourism Trail.
In Leszczyny, once a village and now a district of the town of Czerwionka-Leszczyny, there is a typical manor building with a characteristic three-story tower. This residence, sometimes called Leszczyny Castle, was built in the years 1882-1888, when the owners of the local estates were the Bartelt family. Today, the palace houses, among others, the Public Library, and therefore, the monument can be viewed without restraint.
Leszczyny Czerwionka is a town and a commune, situated in the county of Rybnik. It is made up of older, separate villages of Czerwionka and Leszczyny and smaller ones of Debieńsko and Czuchowa, which are now town districts. In Czuchowie, there is an old manor house from the nineteenth century. And in Leszczyny, we can see a Classsicist mansion, known locally as the castle, built in 1882. In the district of Czerwionka, at 6 Saint Barbara Avenue, a nineteenth-century manor house has been preserved. It is, among others, the seat of some departments of the magistrate.
n the village of Wilcza, in the district of Gliwice, there is a brick mansion erected in the old Prussian demesne. This neo-Gothic building, dating from the second half of the nineteenth century, is situated in the heavily devastated park. The palace is not open to the public, but you can see it from the outside, when you visit another local landmark, the wooden church of Saint Nicholas. Two hiking trails and the Wooden Architecture Trail run through Wilcza.
The tradition of coal mining in the Czerwionka-Leszczyny goes back 200 years ago from now. As early as in the nineteenth century, there were a few small operating mines here. At the end of that century, most of them merged into a big mine - "Dębieńsko". It mined coal by 2000. What has remained of the mine is characteristic brick buildings, a winding tower, a large mine waste dump, and a workers’ colony. It is worth seeing the House of Tradition of the "Dębieńsko" Coal Mine, which houses many exhibits and memorabilia.
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