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The most beautiful places in Southwest Poland

The most beautiful places in the Lower Silesian Voivodeship

Petr Liška
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The most beautiful places in Southwest Poland
Inserted: 09.05.2022
Author: Petr Liška © gigaplaces.com
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The Lower Silesian Abbey, located in southwestern Poland, has a large number of beautiful places. You will find natural beauties mainly on the border with the Czech Republic, where the belt of the Sudeten Mountains, such as the Jizera Mountains, the Giant Mountains or Kralický Sněžník, stretches. You can find monuments in cities such as Wroclaw, Walbrzych or Swidnica. Let's take a look at the beautiful places in Southwest Poland that are definitely worth a visit.

1.
Market Square in Wroclaw

One of the most beautiful squares in Poland

Altitude: 127 m / 417 ft

The Main Market Square is the center of the historic city center. There used to be one of the largest markets… continue reading

2.
Sněžka

The highest mountain in the Czech Republ

Rating:
| Altitude: 1 603 m / 5 259 ft

Sněžka (1 603 m asl / previously shown as 1 602 m asl) is not only the highest mountain in the Giant… continue reading

3.
Książ Castle

One of the most beautiful castles in Poland

Altitude: 361 m / 1 184 ft

Księż Castle is considered the third largest in Poland. At the same time also as one of the most beautiful… continue reading

4.
Králický Sněžník

Spring of the Morava River

Rating:
| Altitude: 1 424 m / 4 672 ft

The highest peak of the Pardubice Region and the eleventh highest mountain in the Czech Republic is located… continue reading

5.
Church of Peace in Swidnica

The most famous monument in Swidnica

Altitude: 238 m / 781 ft

The most important monument in Swidnica is the unique Church of Peace, which is the largest Baroque wooden… continue reading

6.
Sněžné jámy - Snow Pits

The largest remnant of the Ice Age in the Krkonoše

Rating:
| Altitude: 1 470 m / 4 823 ft

One of the biggest natural attractions of the Giant Mountains is the huge glacial karsts – Snow pits. The pit… continue reading

7.
Old Town Hall in Wroclaw

The most beautiful town hall in Poland

Altitude: 125 m / 410 ft

In the historic center of Wroclaw, on the market square, you will find perhaps the most beautiful town hall… continue reading

8.
Kamieńczyka waterfall

The highest waterfall of the Polish Giant Mountain

Rating:
| Altitude: 843 m / 2 766 ft

The most beautiful waterfall of the whole Krkonoše /Giant Mountain/ (and the highest on the Polish side of… continue reading

9.
Velká Jizerská louka

The largest peat bog in the Czech Republic

Rating:
| Altitude: 838 m / 2 749 ft

In the places where the river Jizera separates the Czech and Polish side of the Jizera Mountains, you will… continue reading

10.
Cathedral of St. John the Baptist in Wroclaw

The most important church in Wroclaw

Altitude: 124 m / 407 ft

The Cathedral of St. John the Baptist in Wroclaw or Wroclaw Cathedral is the most important church in the… continue reading

11.
Wielki Staw Lake

The most beautiful lake in the Giant Mountains

Rating:
| Altitude: 1 225 m / 4 019 ft

Wielki Staw (1 225 m asl) is a lake of glacial origin on the Polish side of the Giant Mountains. There is no… continue reading

12.
Szczeliniec Wielki

The highest mountain in the Polish Table Mountains

Altitude: 919 m / 3 015 ft

Szczeliniec Wielki (919 m above sea level) is the highest peak of the Polish Table Mountains. The top is… continue reading

13.
Wysoki Kamień

Impressive view of the Giant Mountains

Rating:
| Altitude: 1 058 m / 3 471 ft

Wysoki Kamień (1,058 m above sea level) is a peak located near the Polish mountain center of Szklarska Poreba… continue reading

14.
Pielgrzymy

The most beautiful rock formations of the Giant Mo

Rating:
| Altitude: 1 199 m / 3 934 ft

On the Polish side of the Giant Mountains you will find the most beautiful rock town in this mountain range –… continue reading

15.
Mali Staw Lake

Accessed glacial lake

Rating:
| Altitude: 1 183 m / 3 881 ft

Mali Staw Lake (1 183 m asl) is the second largest glacial lake in the Giant Mountains. Unlike the larger… continue reading

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