The Stone of Evangelists on
Bukowa in Wisła is one of the nine so-called forest churches in Cieszyn Silesia. In the second half of the seventeetn century,
almost throughout the entire century, persecuted Lutherans from Wiśła and the
nearest areas held secret services in
this mountain refuge. Till today, an altar stone with carved signs of the cross and chalice has
been preserved on the forest glade.
n the second half of the seventeenth century,
the followers of Lutheranism in Cieszyn Silesia
suffered severe persecution by the arch
Catholic Habsburgs. After expelling them by
force from all the churches in the principality,
they had to pray in secret. So-called forest
churches come from that time. These were
the remote places in the mountains, where
Protestants met in secret devotions. One of
them is a huge stone preserved to this day on
top of Równica near Ustroń.
Lieutenant Colonel Adolf Pilch was a soldier of the elite special-operations paratroops of the Polish Home Army called “the Unseen and Silent". The Lieutenant Colonel Adolf Pilch Museum of Parachuting is located in the Villa “Agawa”, located in the center of the Vistula. Piotr Wygnaniec had collected exhibits, which were first presented in 2003. The museum boasts of the country's largest collection of memorabilia related to the history of Polish parachuting - from the Second Republic to the present day.
There are a number of wooden houses from
the 18th to 20th centuries in various places of
Brenna. The traditional, typical residential
buildings of this area are log cabins on stone
foundations. The oldest were once