Category: Marked tourist route

Wisła Głębce PKP - Łabajów - Stożek Wielki – Kiczory (Bielsko-Biała Straconka - Magura Wilkowicka - Bystra - Klimczok - Szczyrk - Skrzyczne - Barania Góra - droga 941 - Stożek - Kubalonka - Smrekowiec )

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Wisła Głębce PKP
Kubalonka - Smrekowiec

Wisła Głębce PKP - Łabajów - Stożek Wielki – Kiczory (Bielsko-Biała Straconka - Magura Wilkowicka - Bystra - Klimczok - Szczyrk - Skrzyczne - Barania Góra - droga 941 - Stożek - Kubalonka - Smrekowiec )

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walking easy 1170,00 [min]
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Trail length: 79,8
Trail length in the Silesian Voivodeship: 79,8

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The historic Church of Saint Barbara in the district of Mikuszowice Krakowskie of Bielsko-Biała is a Catholic parish church in the Diocese of Bielsko-Zywiec. The building from 1690, with a sloping roof is surrounded with wooden arcades called “soboty” in Polish. It is an example of wooden church architecture in the Silesia and Little Poland style. The church is located along the Wooden Architecture Trail of the Silesia province. Mikuszowice itself is an old town. Originally the village of Mikuszowice waspart of two principalities.
"Gypsy Forest ", a park area located in the south of Bielsko-Biala, is a literal translation of the German name "Zigeunerwald". However, the name is a distorted form of "Ziegenwald" which means "Goat Forest". In the communist times, this area was called the People's Park. From the second half of the nineteenth century up to World War Two Gypsy Forest was a spa and a residential district. While walking through Gypsy Forest you can see a wide variety of architectural styles and feel an atmosphere of the bygone era.
One of the graveyards located within today’s Bielsko-Biala is an old Roman Catholic cemetery, which dates back to the time of the Confederation of Bar. Initially, participants of the Confederation were buried here. (The town was an important centre of the Confederation), and later, during the occupation of the town by the Austrians, the cemetery became a necropolis of Biała. The cemetery was officially established, when the churchyard was closed.
"Forest churches" in Cieszyn Silesia are memorials to the times of persecution the local Protestants in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. When the Catholic Habsburgs ordered to shut down all the Protestant churches in the principality, the faithful prayed in secret, mostly in the forests of the Silesian Beskids. The Protestants from Bielsko gathered at the stone altar in Mikuszowice Śląskie. You will find the place while hiking along the Red Trail from Bielskie Błonia Blonia Bystra and beyond to Klimczok.
The Church of Divine Providence is one of the most beautiful examples of the late and Neobaroque architecture in southern Poland. It was built in the second half of the 18th century, yet many elements were added during the 19th century rebuilding works. Attention shall be paid to the elegant façade with two towers. Inside the church a beautiful Rococo pulpit in the shape of a boat and the interior mainly from the 19th century have been preserved.
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Karczma proponuje polską kuchnię myśliwską, znajduje się poza centrum w urokliwej dzielnicy Bielska Straconce.
The restaurant is located in a historic building, which dates back in 1896.
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