Kozy is a large village lying in the district of Bielsko, in the foothills of the Little Beskids. It is indeed the most populated village in Poland. It has almost 12 thousand inhabitants, which is even more than the population of some towns. In the village there is a manor probably dating from the eighteenth century. It is a neo-Classicist building, whose today’s shape results from the renovations in the nineteenth century. The manor is located in the middle of the park.
Kozy is the largest and most populous village in Poland. It is situated in the foothills of the Little Beskids, near Bielsko-Biała. In the 60s of the twentieth century, Adolf Zuber, a local social worker and collector of memorabilia, founded a historical circle here. Its members have collected interesting, old household equipment unused for years. The exhibition illustrates the life of the former inhabitants. The historical chamber was established in 1992 and is housed in the Municipal Library.
There are only a few remains of the castle of Wołek today. The fortress was built in the fourteenth century, and once stood on the hill of the small range of Bujakowski Groń (also called Mount Bujakowska), over the valley of the Soła river, in Kobiernice, in the Little Beskids. Its history was not long, but turbulent. The ruins are rarely visited by touriSt The hikers who reach the top usually wander along the local paths from the Soła valley towards Hrobacza Łąka.
The Soviet Army Cemetery is located at
Lwowska Street. Most of the Soviet soldiers
who fought against the Germans in the battle
for Podbeskidzie in 1945 are buried in 300
individual graves and 21 mass graves.
Altogether, 15340 were killed in the battle.
Originally, for political and propaganda
reasons the Communist authorities located
the cemetery (together with the memorial) at
a controversial place - opposite the
In the village of Stara Wieś, located in the
commune of Wilamowice, in the district of
Bielsko, it is worthwhile to see several
monuments, including a manor house. The
manor house, dating from the second half of
the eighteenth century, was erected on the
site of an earlier, sixteenth-century building.
At the present time, the manor house is
unfortunately much neglected, which was due
to the years of the communist regime, during
which the mansion was the seat of the
cooperative, called "Postęp". Near the
mansion, a monumental oak tree has