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Wanderings on Poland (13d)
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  • 1. Beauty is ourentirePoland
  • 2. Lower SilesianVoivodeship
    Karkonosze - the highest mountain range of the Sudetenland,
    located in the center of Western Sudetes,
    on the border between the Czech and Poland.
    The highest peak of Karkonosze is „Śnieżka”
    („Snow White”-1602 m abovesea-level).
    Warszawa - Teatr Wielki
    Karkonosze – panorama
    and Liczyrzepa - the ghost of the karkonosze
  • 3. View from Przesieka on the Jeleniogórska Valley
  • 4. Jelenia Góra
  • 5. Jelenia Góra – Market Square
  • 6. Cieplice Zdrój
    Located at the foot of the Sudety Mountains, near Jelenia Góra
  • 7. Kowary
  • 8. In Kowary there is Museum of Miniature of Lower Silesia
  • 9.
  • 10. Kowary - Sanatorium of diseases of lung
  • 11. Tunnel under the Pass Kowarska - view from Kowary.
  • 12. Rudawy Janowickie Mountains
  • 13. Cote Lake
    Colorful lakes - are three small ponds located in the RudawyJanowickie, on the northern slope of Great Kopa. They are situated at an altitude of 560 to 640 m above sea level.These are flooded excavation after the old mines .
    Water in the excavation takes color depending on the chemical composition of the bottom.
  • 14. Emerald Lake
  • 15. Scarlet Lake
  • 16. Scarlet Lake
  • 17. Góry Sokole - mountain range with six vertices (including the Krzyżna Mountain and the Sokolik Hill)
    they are the north-western edge of the Erzgebirge Janowickie.
  • 18. Krzyżna Góra
  • 19. Sokoliki
  • 20. Sokolik- one of the two pillars of rock,
    topped with a steel viewing platform.
  • 21. WangTemple in Karpacz
  • 22. On the slope of Grabowiec, above the Pagan Valley, here is a remarkable place, surrounded by the cult as early as the Neolithic era, when the pagan rites were held here. This place is the Good Source lying at the Silesian Way - the oldest path leading across the Karkonosze Mountains in the direction of the Czech side.
    In the seventeenth century, was built next source the chapel dedicated to
    St. Anna. It has become a place of pilgrimage and a tourist attraction. To this day, takes the conviction of unusual power of water gushing from the spring. According to legend,
    if someone goes seven times around the chapel with the "miraculous" water in his mouth, meet him luck in love.
    Good Source
  • 23. Kaplica św. Anny
  • 24. Karpacz – waterfall of Łomniczka
  • 25. Waterfall of Łomniczka
  • 26. Pilichowice- water reservoir at the dam on the Beaver river
    and the century-old active hydroelectric
  • 27. Szklarska Poręba - center
  • 28. Waterfall of Szklarka
  • 29. Waterfall of Kamieńczyk
  • 30. Chojnik Castle
  • 31. Chojnik Castle
  • 32. PalaceComplex - Łomnice
  • 33. PalaceComplex - Wojanów
  • 34. View from the top of Szrenica on the town of SzklarskaPoreba
  • 35. The group of rocks on Szrenica so called "The horse Heads"
  • 36. .
    "Three Little Pigs" - a group of rocks on the slope Szrenica
  • 37. Hostel "Na Hali Szrenickiej" (At SzrenickaMountainPasture)
  • 38. .
    Hostel „Na Szrenicy”
  • 39. .
    On Szrenica - Friendship Road
  • 40. Łabski Szczyt – seen from Szrenica
  • 41. Hostel - „Pod Łabskim Szczytem”
  • 42. Main Sudety Route - view from CzeskieKamienie - the top on the right is Śmielec (1424 m).
    WielkiSzyszak in the middle is the second higest peak in Karkonosze (1509 m).
    In the background you can see the TV transmitter above ŚnieżneKotły.
  • 43. The group of rocks - "Słonecznik"
  • 44. The group of rocks - "Pilgrims"
  • 45. Śnieżne Kotły - SnowBoilers
  • 46. Wielki Śnieżny Kocioł – Great SnowBoiler
  • 47. Śnieżne Kotły - literallySnowypits, are two glacial cirques
    in the western Karkonosze mountains (Giant Mountains).
    They are a unique example of the alpine landscape in the area and have been a nature reserve since 1933.
  • 48. Śnieżne Kotły – Top View
  • 49. "Śnieżne Kotły" in winter
  • 50. The trail above the ŚnieżneKotły
  • 51. The Karkonoska Pass
  • 52. Hostel "Odrodzenie" on the Karkonoska Pass
  • 53. The „Wielki Staw” (Great Pond)
  • 54. The MałyStaw (Small Pond)
    and the shelter of "Samotnia" (Solitude)
  • 55. .
    Mały Staw and shelter "Samotnia” slightly higher shelter "Strzecha Akademicka” (ThatchAcademic),
    the oldest shelter in Polish Karkonosze
  • 56. "Samotnia" at the "MałyStaw",
    in the depths can you see top of "Śnieżka" ("Snow White")
  • 57. .
  • 58. .
    „Strzecha Akademicka”
  • 59. .
    „Strzecha Akademicka”
  • 60. The road to Snow White
  • 61. The road to Snow White
  • 62. .
    The Snow White in a snow
  • 63. The chapel of St Lawrence and "Flying Saucers" - Meteorological Observatory
  • 64. The hotel and the Meteorological Observatory at the summit of Snow White.
  • 65. the end
    Music – II Koncert fortepianowy f-moll op.21 - F.Chopin
    Illustrations - downloaded from web sites
    The presentation is prepared by - Anna

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