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Szlak Partyzantów Ziemi Olkuskiej Niegowonice - granica woj. - Chechło - granica woj. - Ryczów – Okupniki

 
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Szlak Partyzantów Ziemi Olkuskiej Niegowonice - granica woj. - Chechło - granica woj. - Ryczów – Okupniki


The main way of travelling
Difficulty level Travel time [min]
walking easy 430,00 [min]
Detailed route parameters
Name
value
Total distance [km]
24,61
Total uphill distance [km]
6,04
Total downhill distance [km]
6,21
Total flat distance [km]
12,36
Total uphill altitude [m]
494,00
Total downhill altitude [m]
458,00
Minimum altitude [m.a.s.l.]
312,00
Average altitude [m.a.s.l.]
378,21
Maximum altitude [m.a.s.l.]
473,00
Minimum speed [km/h]
0,00
Average speed [km/h]
0,00
Maximum speed [km/h]
0,00
Minimum effective speed [km/h]
0,00
Average effective speed [km/h]
0,00
Maximum effective speed [km/h]
0,00
Minimum uphill speed [km/h]
0,00
Average uphill speed [km/h]
0,00
Maximum uphill speed [km/h]
0,00
Minimum downhill speed [km/h]
0,00
Average downhill speed [km/h]
0,00
Maximum downhill speed [km/h]
0,00
Minimum flat speed [km/h]
0,00
Average flat speed [km/h]
0,00
Maximum flat speed [km/h]
0,00
Total tour time [min.]
0,00
Trail length: 76,2
Trail length in the Silesian Voivodeship: 76,2

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Niegowonice
Niegowonice is a picturesque village situated in the Polish Jura, in the vicinity of the hills of Stodólsko and Lipowa. The village was first mentioned in 1300. In 1354, it was granted the German town rights. In the sixteenth century, the local serfdom-based farm and agricultural enterprise were added to the vast demesne of the Boners - the magnate family residing in the castle of Ogrodzieniec. In later times, in the second half of the eighteenth century, the owners of the village were the Małachowskis and later the Grabiańskis. They founded a local church.
Dąbrowa Górnicza
Okradzionów is now a district of Dąbrowa Górnicza. It is picturesquely situated on the Biała Przemsza river, which forms here a backwater and a small short canyon. There is an old water mill belonging to the Freys. After the fall of communism, the property was returned to the heirs of the family. The mill was recently renovated, and a small hydroelectric plant was built within the mill buildings.
Ogrodzieniec
The commune of Ogrodzieniec prides itself on the most Ogrodzieniec powerful “eagle’s nest” - the fortress of "Ogrodzieniec" in Podzamcze. In the same village and the commune there are other very mysterious ruins such as the Powder Factory "Zawiercie". The plant was launched by the Russian Society of Gunpowder Production and Sales in Saint Petersburg in 1891. The plant manufactured blasting powder for the mining industry. It was destroyed during the First World War. To this day, remnants of the walls and cellars have been preserved on the site.
Sławków
The Jewish cemetery in Sławków was founded in the early twentieth century on the road leading from the town to the village of Krzykawka. The necropolis is located approximately 2.5 km from the Sławków market square. About 300 graves have been preserved to this day. The oldest dates from 1904 and belongs to Rywka, a daughter of Awraham Helpner. After the recent administrative changes cemetery is located in the commune of Boleslaw, at 72 Podgórska Street.
Ogrodzieniec
Ogrodzieniec is a small town whose origins date back to the Middle Ages. For centuries, it was developing in the shadow of the mighty castle "Ogrodzieniec", standing on the top of the Jurassic hill called Mount Janowski. The modern town center is located in the vicinity of Plac Wolności (Freedom Square), while the former marketplace is today’s Pilsudski Square, where there is the much rebuilt edifice, which once housed the town hall, and in its vicinity - a historic church.
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