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    Jaworzno
    Rezerwat zlokalizowany w pobliżu Ośrodka Edukacji Ekologiczno-Geologicznej GEOsfera i nieczynnego kamieniołomu Sadowa Góra w Jaworznie.
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    The Cistercian Landscape Compositions of Rudy Wielkie is an interesting protected area located in the eastern part of the Racibórz Valley. It covers the northern parts of the Rybnik Plateau. The nature park was established here in 1993. It covers an area of 49 thousand hectares, including additional protective zones of the total area of 14 thousand hectares. The natural environment and historical and cultural values of the park make it an attractive area for tourists.
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    The Eagles' Nests Landscape Park is one of the interesting most protected areas of Silesia (part of the park is also located in the province of Lesser Poland), and at the same time, it is one of the most attractive tourist destinations in Poland. The park, which covers the central part of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, has valuable natural objects, as well as many historical sites. The park's name comes from the majestic castles erected on limestone rocks called Eagles’ Nests. The area is crisscrossed with a dense network of hiking trails.
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    The Upper Liswarta Forests Landscape Park lies in the region of the vast woodlands between Częstochowa and Lubliniec. The region differs considerably from other parts of the Silesian Voivodeship, and it resembles other quite different areas of Poland. Low-lying, partly swampy areas, a picturesque river valley, a few wildlife reserves attract hikers who prefer off the beaten tracks.
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    The Little Beskids Landscape Park is located on the border of the Silesian and Lesser Poland voivodeships. In terms of area, it comprises one of the smallest and relatively low mountain chains in the Polish Beskids. Stretching from the West to the East, the Little Beskids is 35 km long, and consists of the two ranges: the Czupel Range (also called the Czupel and Magurka Wilkowicka Range) and the Łamana Skała Range (also known as the Madohora Range). There are a few nature reserves within the area of the park.
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    Julianka
    The Stawki Landscape Park is located in the commune of Przyrów, in the area defined as the Włoszczowa Basin (situated in the close vicinity of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland). Being the smallest landscape park in Poland, it comprises sparsely populated marshy woodlands, creating a wildlife haven for various species of plants and animals.
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    This is one of the younger landscape parks in Poland, which was established in 1998. The Silesian Beskids form a mountain range, which in the area of the Polish Beskids and the whole Polish Carpathians is the westernmost mountain group. Its highest peak is Skrzyczne (1257 m). The second prominent massif (merging with Skrzyczne into one range) is Barania Góra (1220 m). The range of Barania Góra and Skrzyczne is the core part of these mountains, which clearly distinguish themselves from the two remaining parts of the Silesian Beskids: the western part culminating in the peak of Wielka Czantoria (995 m) and the northern part, where the highest peak is Klimczok (1117 m).
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    The Żywiec Landscape Park was established in 1986. It covers a relatively large area, extending from Zwardoń to Korbielów. The park mainly includes the Group of Wielka Racza and the towering mountain range comprising the massif of Pilsko with the peaks of Lipowska and Romanka. The natural features, scenic landscapes with picturesque mountain ridges and a network of trails and mountain lodges make this area one of the most attractive parts of the country.
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    The Załęcze Landscape Park is a very interesting area. It is located on the border of several regions and provinces. The park shared by three voivodeships of Silesia, Łódź and Opole. It is the first protected area of this kind in central Poland. Its purpose is to protect the landscapes of the Wieluń Upland, which is the north-western part of the Kraków-Czestochowa Upland. The Warta river flows through the park.