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POLAND VILLAGE
BASIC INFORMATION

 
The smallest village
Luboszow
Where to live moose
Mazury
The highest village in Poland
Zab 910-1021 m.a.s.l.

 
Until 1930s polish countryside was glorified by the famous polish authors, artists and painters like Jan Kochanowski, Stanislaw Wyspianski and Kazimierz Przerwa-Tetmajer. These days, people think of the village as a peaceful, full of farms place with excellent natural food. But great food and fresh air are not everything the polish countryside has to offer. Where to go? Do you want to have a break from noisy cities? There are plenty to choose from and we have selected the best offers we believe you would like the most!

Luboszow is the smallest village on the Lower Silesia. After the World War II it was nearly completely abandoned as the soviet army tried to poses the area. In 1957 Jerzy Slonecki, the beekeeper moved to Luboszow. Along with his wife, they were the only occupants of the village. Their only company was their dog, 14 cats, and about 5 million bees. It is worth visiting, not just for delightful honey. Forests in this area are ideal for mushrooming.

Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship is known for mind-blowing views and landscapes. In Puszcza Piska Forest on the Bełdany River you will find Iznota. It is amazing for trekking trips with many paths in Masurian Lake District. You can also visit Masurian Landscape Park. There is a great tourist resort in Iznota called ‘Galindia’ which refers to Galindians who lived in this area in 5th century BC to 18 century. There are caverns, dungeons of demons, even a maze. Tourists can also find out more about Galindians and (for special request) see performed scenes showing their life for example ‘‘robberies on tourists’ buses’’.

There are a couple of villages in the north of the country that are marvellous. Swołowo is the one of the European Village of Cultural Heritage. Historical buildings include The Bread House, churches from 15th century, a farm hut and a smithy. Żelechy village in 2013 got rewarded for the most beautiful village in Podlaska Voivodeship. There are magic farms, lots of green areas, breathtaking views and the square which attracts many tourists.

Each region is different with unique atmosphere and remarkable landscapes which are vital while choosing your destination.

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