Mazowsze (Mazovia)- land of historical, geographicaland cultural center located in east-central Poland, thehistorical capital of Mazovia is Płock, which is also theoldest city in the region
Everything about MazoviaMazovia is the largest and the most populous Polish region. It covers about35.6 thousand km2 and has over 5 million inhabitants. It borders with 6 otherprovinces. Our province has 159 cities and 9400 villages. There is also thePolish capital, Warsaw.In Mazovia there is a beautiful Kampinos National Park, established in1959 and other valuable natural areas - 9 landscape parks and 171nature reserves.
Former fashion in Mazovia Fashion in the region of Mazovia depended on the province. Costumes in Mazovia were: 1. kurpiowski 2. łowicki 3 3. płocki 4. podlaski1 2 4
Monumenst in Mazovia The castle in Płock The palace in Jadwisin The manor house in CzarnolasThe church in Płock
Places of interset in MazoviaMany relics of the past preserved in Mazovia - including ruins of themedievial residence of first Dukes of Mazovia in Czersk or tens of noblemansions, which include a manor house in Zelazowa Wola, the birthplaceof Frederic Chopin. In Karolin, near Warsaw is the seat of the famous"Mazowsze" – State Folk Group of Song and Dance, which maintainstraditional repertoire of songs and dances of the Mazovian countryside.Other interesting places are the fortress of Modlin, and Konstancin orPłock, one of the oldest towns in Mazovia.