Lublin Voivodeship is situated in the eastern part of the Polish, between the rivers -
the Vistula and the Bug, only part of the Pulawy county lies on the western side of
the Vistula. It borders with Ukraine and Belarus, as well as the following Regions:
Podlaskie, Mazowieckie, Podkarpackie and Świętokrzyskie.
The seat of the provincial authorities is
Warszawa - Teatr Wielki
Panorama of Lublin from Trinity Tower
Lublin - Old Town - Cracow Gate and the Łokietek Square
Chełm - Orthodox Church of St. John the Theologian
Chełm Chalk Tunnels
A system of tunnels dug into the chalk under the city of Chełm in eastern Poland. The
digging of tunnels for chalk extraction began in the Middle Ages and was discontinued in
the 19th century. A part of the system is now open for tourists. In total, the network of
tunnels stretches for around 15 kilometres.
Zamość - fortress erected on the swamps and marshes, fortified by a moat and
walls with seven bastions, for many years was considered an impregnable.
They have not won it either Cossacks Khmelnitsky, nor the Swedes during the so-called
‘Swedish Deluge’ - this term (Polish: Potop) denotes a series of mid-seventeenth century
campaigns in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth
Zamość - fortress; Entrenchment and bastion VII
Zamość – one can still find here such a beautiful wooden houses