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  • 1. Masovian Voivodeship The Voivodeship is located in the central-eastern Poland mostly in the area Central-European Lowlands, only its small eastern parts are on the area Lowlands East-Baltic-Belarus and the southern in the area Highlands Polish. In Masovian Voivodeship there is 85 cities, in this five cities at the Rights-districts: Warsaw, Radom, Plock, Siedlce and Ostroleka. Warsaw - The Grand Theatre
  • 2. New buildings left-bank Warsaw panorama
  • 3. Warsaw - Shopping Center "Golden Terraces"
  • 4. Warsaw - Shopping Center "Golden Terraces"
  • 5. Warsaw - Old Town (view from Solec)
  • 6. Warsaw - Old Town Square
  • 7. Warsaw - Wilanow Palace
  • 8. Radom - Citizens Club
  • 9. Radom - Bernardine Church & Monastery
  • 10. Radom - City Hall.
  • 11. Garrison Church in Radom
  • 12. Radom - Bernardine monastery and church of St. Catherine of Alexandria
  • 13. In Radom been held for years International Air Show
  • 14. one of the oldest Polish cities, located on a high slope,, astounds with a history, unique collections of Art Nouveau and overlooking at broads of the Vistula River. Płock
  • 15. Plock - view at the escarpment from Radziwie
  • 16. Płock – castle of the dukes of Mazovia and the Cathedral Basilica
  • 17. Panorama City Center of Plock
  • 18. Aphrodite Fountain before town hall the Old Market
  • 19. The view from the escarpment on the valley of the Vistula
  • 20. Plock is the most important place of the Divine Mercy for the whole world. 22nd February 1931 on the first Sunday of Lent just here, in Plock, 26-year-old Sister Faustina had the first and most important revelation of Jesus.
  • 21. The cell of St. Sister Faustina was in a place where it currently stands Merciful Jesus statue, on the first floor now defunct monastery.
  • 22. Church and convent of Mariavites in Plock
  • 23. ORLEN in Plock from afar...…
  • 24. ... and from a short distance
  • 25. Ostrołęka - church of St. Adalbert
  • 26. Ciechanów - castle of the dukes of Mazovia
  • 27. Water tower project of George Michael Boguslawski Neo-Gothic bell tower near the church Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary
  • 28. City Hall in Ciechanów
  • 29. Confluence of Bugo-Narew (Bug and Narew) and Vistula River at Modlin The ruins of a granary at the bottom the fortress from the XIX century
  • 30. Modlin: the mouth of the Bug and Narew to the Vistula River and the ruins of the granary
  • 31. On the north-west from Warsaw there is Kampinos Forest. The most striking feature of the landscape of the Forest are the contrasts between alternately arranged strips of dunes and wetlands. The "trade mark" Kampinos Forest's it is an elk, that we can often meet. They live here also mammals such as beaver, lynx, otter, fox, and deer, raccoons and badgers. Kampinos Forest it is ideal for hiking and biking.
  • 32. Dunes in Kampinos Forest today constitute the largest and best preserved complex of inland dunes in Europa.
  • 33. Forest in the "wet wersion"
  • 34. Elk
  • 35. Beaver
  • 36. Lynx
  • 37. Badger
  • 38. Marten
  • 39. Otter
  • 40. Kampinos National Park around Palmiry
  • 41. Palmiry Cemetery-Mausoleum the place of national memorial with the graves of more than 2000 Poles and Jews murdered by the Germans during World War II
  • 42. Willows - rooted in the landscape of Mazovia. Often it can be found in river valleys, to balk, among fields and meadows and in the immediate vicinity of buildings.
  • 43. Żelazowa Wola – manor house where Chopin was born
  • 44. Manor in Sucha
  • 45. Drwalew - palace from the mid-nineteenth century
  • 46. Palace of Otwock Wielki
  • 47. Baroque Palace of Bielinski (1682-1689) in the village of Otwock Wielki, close to Warsaw.
  • 48. The same palace on the other side
  • 49. Palace in Teresin
  • 50. Jadwisin - Radziwill Palace
  • 51. Starawieś near Węgrów seventeenth century Radziwill palace
  • 52. Castle in Liw
  • 53. Czerwińsk The church and monastery Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary - one of the most important monuments of Romanesque art in Poland. The origins of the abbey dates back to XI or XII century
  • 54. Czerwińsk – Basilica of the Annunciation
  • 55. Mariańskie Porzecze - beautiful eighteenth century wooden church of Our Lady Goźlińska jewel of wooden of baroque architecture in Mazovia.
  • 56. Niepokalanow - Basilica of Our Lady Mediatrix of Graces The founder of Niepokalanow was St. Maximilian Kolbe
  • 57. Niepokalanow - Franciscan Church of St. Mary
  • 58. Muzyka – F. Chopin; Nocturne for piano No. 4 in F major Illustrations - downloaded from web sites A presentation prepared - Anna