The village of Wąsocz Górny lies on the northern edge of the Silesian voivodeship, in the bend of the Warta river. The tower of the parish church dominates over the village. The church built in the mid-nineteenth century and expanded in the next century. It is worthwhile to see the Wąsocz Calvary with chapels commemorating the Passion. There is also a monument dedicated to the insurgents of the January Uprising, who died in battle with the Russians in 1863.
The church of Saint Joseph of Popowo has an interesting history dating back to the seventeenth century. At that time a wooden chapel was built in this small village lying on the Liswarta river. It belonged to the parish in Wąsosz. In the following centuries, the building was enlarged and rebuilt. Currently, its wooden log cabin frame and a vestry, which was added later, are plastered, making it impossible to recognize the wooden structure of the church. Its pained pediment roof, made of tin, has a small tower crowned with a tent roof. The chapel witnessed the tragic events of the January uprising.
The manor house in Lipie near Krzepice is the most beautiful of its kind in the vicinity of Częstochowa. The building was erected in the eighteenth century. Its current shape comes from the first decades of the twentieth century, when the property belonged to the known local family of the industrialists - the Steinhagens The manor house is a one storey building, with a portico and a mansard roof. In its neighborhood it is worthwhile to see a brick and wooden water tower. The manor house is surrounded by old trees and ponds.
In the historic village of Danków, there is, among others,
a seventeenth-century church, which is the shrine of
Our Lady of Danków. Chronologically, it is the second
local church. The image of the Virgin Mary of Danków is
a faithful copy of the Jasna Góra icon, and comes from
the time of the construction of the church. In the late
Renaissance church, we should also pay attention to the
four Renaissance portals and the tombstone of the
The history of the fortress in Danków dates back to the
Middle Ages. In the following centuries, it was
extended, above all, in the days of the infamous
Stanisław Warszycki, who surrounded it with bastion
fortifications. Today, we can only see earthworks
reinforced by a wall and ruins of a stone edifice (known
as the "House of Castellans"), a remnant of a two-story
building, and some traces of the moats or other smaller
Folwark Kamyk położony jest we wsi oddalonej o 15km na północ od Jasnej Góry, nad rzeczką Kocinką, pośród pól. To miejsce dla smakoszy idei Slow-Food, lubiących długie spacery, jazdę na rowerze, oraz wypoczynek na wsi.