Gora Poland Guide

Gora Poland
The settlement Gora (Góra) in the Duchy of Silesia was first mentioned in a deed from 1155 by Pope Adrian IV conveying the property to the Diocese of Wroclaw. The name of the town means "hill" or "mountain" in Old Polish. In 1288 it became...
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Boleslawiec Poland Guide

Boleslawiec pottery
Boleslawiec pottery Boleslawiec pottery The Boleslawiec pottery is a symbol of Poland . It's very popular among both Poles and tourists looking for a souvenir from the Vistula Land. The Boleslawiec Pottery Days have become a fixture on the Lower Silesia’s cultural agenda. The Boleslawiec...
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Wroclaw Poland Guide

Wroclaw Market Square
The capital of Lower Silesia (Dolny Slask) has a huge Old Town built on several islands connected by over 100 bridges. Apart from its unique location, Wroclaw amazes with its volume of Gothic, Baroque and Art Nouveau architecture. Several musical and theater festivals, as well...
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