Architecture

Saint Onuphrius Monastery in Lavriv: holiness, peace and mysteries

The small Carpathian village of Lavriv, located 12 kilometres from Staryi Sambir and 9 kilometres from the nearest train station, has long been one of the places of importance throughout the...

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Sights in the East

Throughout the centuries, famous for the acts of the Polish military and for the history that takes place within their walls, and of which they unintentionally became heroes. Fortresses in...

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Eastern castles and palaces

Poland covers an area of 312.000 km2, and three centuries ago it occupied almost three times bigger territory. At that time it reached almost one million km2. Few today’s Poles are aware that...

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Symposium: “Wooden churches of the Carpathian area and the eastern border”

At the National Museum of Przemyska Land on 23-25 October. international symposium “Wooden churches of the Carpathian area and the eastern border” will be organized. The theme of the...

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An old wooden cottage in Olchowiec

The Carpathian Museum of Folk Culture was guided with passion by the son of the owner and originator – Tadeusz Kiełbasiński – who came here for the first time in the 1950s as part of...

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Museum of Lemko Culture

Zyndranowa is a village located in the Low Beskid, in the Krosno district, at the Polish-Slovak border. It stretches for 5 km from south to north, along the stream called Panna (formerly Solotvyna)....

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Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary and St. The Archangel Michael in Haczow

Haczów is a large village on the banks of the district of Brzozów. Rzeszowa is 57 km away. It extends over a length of 7 km along the river Wisłoki and occupies an area of about 25 km². It is one...

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