Category: Marked tourist route

Węgierska Górka - Czerwieńska Grapa - do czarnego

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Węgierska Górka
Czerwieńska Grapa - do czarnego szlaku

Węgierska Górka - Czerwieńska Grapa - do czarnego

The main way of travelling
Difficulty level Travel time [min]
walking easy 130,00 [min]
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Trail length: 8,3
Trail length in the Silesian Voivodeship: 8,3

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Węgierska Górka
In 2009, six monumental wooden sculptures of robbers were erected at the promenade in Węgierska Górka, forming the so-called Alley of Brigands. It is a reminder and an original promotion of brigand traditions, closely connected with the history of the region. The sculptures form a gallery, which is unique in Poland, of the characters of the famous brigands and presents the history of brigandage in the lands of Żywiec. The sculptures were by folk artists who came to the Beskids from all over Poland.
Węgierska Górka
Węgierska Górka was one of the most important fortified areas in the south of Poland during the Defensive War in 1939. The stronghold of Węgierska Górka was a complex of fortifications, built shortly before the outbreak of the Second World War. Its purpose was to defend the strategically important road and railway line in the valley of the Soła in case of an attack on Poland by the German troops from the south, from the area of Slovakia, which at that time was allied with Hitler.
The village of Cięcina, which lies at the bottom of the Silesian and Żywiec Beskids, boasts having a very interesting sacral monument. It is a sixteenth-century Church of Saint Catherine of Alexandria. It is one of the monuments on the Wooden Architecture Trail of the Silesia province and the local Papal Trail. The one-nave church with a tower has been rebuilt several times. It is one of the most precious monuments of the southern part of the Silesian voivodeship.
In the village of Cisiec, near Węgierska Górka, there is a church of Saint Maximilian Kolbe. The shrine was built in defiance of the communist authorities, which wanted to prevent the erection of the church on this spot. The church was built by the local people without the permission of the authorities on November 5, and on the night of 5 to 6 November 1972. Such a fast construction of the parish church in Cisiec was most aptly named "the miracle of one day"), and it illustrates the difficulties posed by the communist authorities, in order to prevent the construction of religious buildings.
Żabnica is a picturesque village, famous for its folklore and popular with holidaymakers. It is located in a beautiful valley sandwiched between the mountains of the Beskids. There are several pedestrian and bike trails running through the village, which lead to the corners of the Beskid ranges of Lipowska and Romanka. The church of Our Lady of Częstochowa in Żabnica is located in the central part of the village, on the main road. This is one of the monuments of the Wooden Architecture Trail of the Silesia province, which belongs to the Beskid loop.
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Węgierska Górka
Zapraszamy do elegancko urządzonej restauracji, proponujemy bogatą kartę dań i gwarantujemy profesjonalną i miłą obsługę. Odwiedź naszą restaurację i przekonaj się do oferowanych przez nas usług.
Węgierska Górka
Restauracja Cesarska koło Żywca znajduje się w malowniczej dolinie rzeki Soły nad bulwarem spacerowym. Węgierska Górka, w której się znajduje to urocza miejscowość w Beskidach. Posiadamy przestronne i przytulne wnętrze a organizowanie imprez grupowych to nasza specjalność. Mamy bogate doświadczenie w przygotowywaniu zarówno przyjęć rodzinnych jak i spotkań firmowych.
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