Opole Voivodeship<br />Opole Voivodeship lies in the South of Poland, is bordered by Lower Silesian Voivodeship to the west, Great Poland Voivodeship and ŁódźVoivodeship to the north and Silesian Voivodeship to the east, and the Czech Republic to the south. Most areas of the region makes the western part of Upper Silesia, and the whole region is called of Opole Silesia.<br />The main river of province is the Oder. Other the greater rivers of the region this is MałaPanew and NysaKłodzka. The largest lakes those are artificial reservoirs such as Nyskie Lake, Otmuchowskie and Turawskie Lakes. Opole is the capital of the province.<br />Warszawa - Teatr Wielki<br />The view from the BiskupiaKopa<br />
Opole - amphitheater, here are held Festivals of the Polish Song <br />
Residents of Opole happy resting at the Turawskielakes<br />
Big lake Turawskie<br />Turawskie lakes - four artificial water reservoirs(One large and three small),built between 1933-1938 as a storage reservoir for the regulation of the Oder,, are among the finest in the country of artificial water reservoirs<br />
Niemodlin- renaissance castle, built about 1600<br />
Byczyna - one of the oldest towns in Silesia<br />Chroniclers confirm the news thatbefore 1054 the city was the temporary seat of the bishop of Wroclaw. <br />Perfectly preserved medieval town layout, the length of defences walls is 912.5 m .<br />
Kamień Śląski - as early as 1104, at the time of Boleslaw the Wry-mouthed, existed here stronghold.<br />It was the seat of knights dynasty Odrowąż. As the legend here was born St. Jack.<br />In the seventeenth century the new owners of the castle has rebuilt it as a palace.<br />
Kamień Śląski<br /> The tourism, leisure and rehabilitation centre of Opole Diocese <br />"SEBASTIANEUM SILESIACUM" <br />
Kamień Śląski – the sanctuary of St. Jack Odrowąż<br />
Among the fields and forests at the foot of Mount of St. Anna is situated the Żyrova village.<br />Residents are proud of the beautiful palace, a wonderful park, and the old church which goes back 700 years.<br />
The amphitheater on the Mount of St. Anna<br />
Monument to Silesian Uprisings on the Saint Anna Mount<br />
Łambinowice<br />During World War I here was <br />a POW camp, more than<br />90 thousand soldiersdifferent <br />nationalities - Russians, British,<br />Italians and Serbs - were left after<br />nearly 7,000 graves.<br />
the end<br />Music - Nocturnes,Op.15-No.1 in F-Andante cantabile; F. Chopin<br />Illustrations - downloaded from an accessible website<br />The presentation is prepared by - Anna<br />
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