Lower Silesian - tourist attractions (page 2)

markerA Wrocław Opera Wroclaw Opera - former Municipal Theatre was erected on the street Świdnicka between 1839 - 1841, designed by Carl Ferdinand Langhans, with modern stage and the auditorium for about 1600 seats. After the fires (in 1865 and 1871), the building was reconstructed, increasing auditorium adding a new pav... Wrocław Opera - photo
markerB Shelter on Stog Izerski Shelter on Stog Izerski - located at an altitude of 1060 m above sea level, about 50 meters below the top of Stog Izerski (Jizera). The building constructed in 1924 is architecturally attractive. It was built on the initiative of the family Schaffgot, Riesengebirgsverein and Josef Siebielt as Heufud... Shelter on Stog Izerski - photo
markerC Bath House in Świeradów-Zdrój Bath House in Świeradów-Zdrój - the current building was created in 1899 under the project of architect Grosser in place of Dom Źródlany ("Spring House"), which was damaged during the fire on Dec. 14, 1895. The property consists of two parts connected by a walking hall. The Bath House is accented wi... Bath House in Świeradów-Zdrój - photo
markerD Centre Ski & Sun Świeradów-Zdrój Centre Ski & Sun Świeradów-Zdrój a ski resort located in the mountains on the northern slope of Stog Izerski (1 105 m). The route runs along the gondola lift from Świeradów Zdrój to the top of the mountain. It offers skiers and snowboarders one red 2.5km long route. The station is a member of the A... Centre Ski & Sun Świeradów-Zdrój - photo
markerE Midday stone in the Giant Mountains Midday stone is a rock formation in Western Sudetes within the Giant Mountains National Park, west of the Cauldron of the Great Pond, on the northern slope of Smogornia, in the Municipality Podgórzyn. It is a form of rock, consisting of several highly fractured granite island mountains. The norther... Midday stone in the Giant Mountains - photo
markerF Śnieżne Kotły Śnieżne Kotły (1,175 m, lit. Snowy Cirque) are two glacial cirques in the western Karkonosze mountains (Giant Mountains), situated in the Karkonosze National Park on the Polish side of the border. They are a unique example of the alpine landscape in the area and have been a nature reserve since 1933... Śnieżne Kotły - photo
markerG Death curve in Szklarska Poręba Death curve is a sharp road bend (180°) and a viewing point on the Giant Mountains and valley of Jelenia Góra. It is located on the provincial road no. 358 known as the Sudecka road between Szklarska Poręba and Swieradowy-Zdroj. The turn was built on the slope of the Black Mountain in the years 1935... Death curve in Szklarska Poręba - photo
markerH Zieleniec Ski Station Zieleniec Ski Station is a complex of ski lifts and ski slopes, belonging to several operators, located in Zieleniec (district of Duszniki Zdrój) on the eastern slopes of the Eagle Mountains (Middle Sudetes), between Orlica (1084 m), Šerlich (1 025 m above sea level), Green Garb (1026 m) and Masaryk... Zieleniec Ski Station - photo
markerI Wrong Rocks Wrong Rocks is a group of stone blocks at height of 853 m above sea level, forming a picturesque labyrinth (rock city). It is located in south-western Poland in the Central Sudetes in Table Mountains. The labyrinth is located in the Table Mountain National Park and includes the north-western part o... Wrong Rocks - photo
markerJ Museum of Papermaking in Duszniki-Zdrój The Museum of Papermaking in Duszniki-Zdrój (Muzeum Papiernictwa) – a museum of the Lower Silesia Voivodeship Selfgovernment located in Duszniki-Zdrój in Poland, founded in 1968 in an old 17th century paper mill on the Bystrzyca Dusznicka river. The paper mill is one of the most architecturally val... Museum of Papermaking in Duszniki-Zdrój - photo

Lower Silesian - Tourist attractions

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