Zakopane - stone

markerA Jaszczurówka Chapel Jaszczurówka Chapel is Roman Catholic parish church located in Zakopane. Temple, designed by Stanisław Witkiewicz was begun in 1904 and consecrated in 1907. It's full name is: Chapel of the Sacred Heart of Jesus in Jaszczurówka. The chapel is a typical example of the Zakopane style. Temple of the a... Jaszczurówka Chapel - photo
markerB Holy Family Church in Zakopane Holy Family Church in Zakopane - the oldest Roman Catholic stone church in Zakopane. Foundations for the church were laid down in 1877 by Fr. Joseph Stolarczyk. The Temple was built slowly from a hard stone in the years 1879 - 1896, thanks to the generosity of parishioners and the owner of Zakopane... Holy Family Church in Zakopane - photo
markerC Villa Koliba Villa Koliba - the first building in the style of Zakopane in this city, designed by Stanisław Witkiewicz. Name Koliba in a local dialect means a shepherd's hut. Constructed in years 1892 - 1893 with money from the investor Zygmunt Gnatowski. In 1901 a section was added to the west wing. The villa ... Villa Koliba - photo
markerD Giewont Giewont (pronounced Gyeh-vont) is a mountain massif in the Tatra Mountains of Poland, and is 1,895 metres AMSL at its highest. It comprises three peaks (all m/metres in AMSL): Small Giewont - (Polish Mały Giewont, 1,728 m), Great Giewont - (Wielki Giewont, 1,895 m), Long Giewont - (Długi Giewont, 1... Giewont - photo

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Name Zakopane
Region Lesser Poland (77)
Country Poland (PL)
Population 27,486 inhabitants

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