It is a small town situated on the east of the Czech Republic
It has about 7 000 inhabitants
There is a lovely square with lots of restaurants, cafes, pizzerias and small shops
Every year we celebrate a special folk festival „Gorolski Święto – Highlander feast“
Museum of the II World War Convent Sanatorium Sanatorium
It is the biggest folk festival in our region
It lasts three days
Folk dancing groups and bands from all over the world come here to have a performance
It is time for meeting friends and family reunions
You can buy only home-made food and
home-made products of wool, wood, craft etc.
We live in a valley surrounded by
the Beskidy Mountains .
wide variety of trailing paths
many chalets and wooden cottages
skiing routes, ski slopes, ski lifts
Jablunkov is located in the valey among the Beskidy mountains
It is the biggest winter event in our region for children of Polish minority schools
They are Olimpic games for children at the age of 6-15
More than 500 skiers participate in the games
230 pupils from surrounding villages attend our school
Pupils are at the age of 6-15
It is the Polish minority school in the Czech Republic
We learn Polish, Czech, English, German and Russian languages
We like sport, music, craft, art, science and nature
View of our school Front Back In winter
It is one of the largest and most important national park not only in the Beskidy Mountains, but also in the Czech Republic, an area of almost 170 ha.
The trenches of Jablunkov is a system of fortifications constructed from the mid-sixteenth century to the mid-eighteenth century along the Silesian and Hungarian border in the Jablunkov Pass area in order to defend against the Turkish threat.