Here you can find interesting sights in Dybawka, Poland. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 14 sights are available in Dybawka, Poland.Back to the list of cities in Poland
1. Pomnik Jana III Sobieskiego
The Sobieski Jan III monument is a chisel sculpture by Valery Gadomski, located near the city hall. The monument was unveiled in 1883 on Vienna's bicentenary, when the city's people were doing their best. The monument reads: "This monument was built by King John III of Poland on September 12, 1683, on the occasion of the bicentenary of the city, in memory of reinforcements in Vienna." (September 12, 1683, Polish King John III, Polish King John III).
2. Stok narciarski
Spaudelaire Ski Trail is a skiing and snowboarding center in Spaudelaire, which belongs to a sports and recreation center. The slope was built on the north slope of the abolished mountain near the city center and adjacent to the wooded city park. Construction began in February 2005, and the first slopes were put into use before the winter of 2005/2006.
3. Synagoga Zasańska
Zasanie Synagogue, located in Przemyśl, Poland, was the only synagogue in Przemyśl built on the western bank of the San River. It served as a house of prayer for 30 years until the Second World War. Today it is one of the two remaining synagogue buildings in Przemyśl. The other is the New Synagogue (Przemyśl).
4. Archikatedra pw. Wniebowzięcia Najświętszej Maryi Panny i Świętego Jana Chrzciciela
The Cathedral of Przemyśl officially the Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary and St. John the Baptist in Przemyśl is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Przemyśl, Poland. It is the main church of the Archdiocese of Przemyśl, located at the Cathedral Square in the Old Town.
5. Cerkiew Zaśnięcia NMP
The sacred Sleeping Church of God--the syndication of the Orthodox Church and the church of the diocese, in consideration, in the holy temple, in the temple. It belongs to Dekanatu Reflection in the Parish of Plazy-Gorlicka of the Polish Orthodox Church of Autokefalic.
6. Kościół Świętej Trójcy
Holy Trinity Church of Our Lady is a Roman Catholic parish church with a long history in Pode Carpathian Province. It belongs to reconsider deck two. The church and the adjacent Sister Benedict Abbey are the oldest temple buildings on the city's Left Bank.
7. Nowa Synagoga
The Przemyśl New Synagogue, also known as the Scheinbach Synagogue, was an Orthodox synagogue in Przemyśl, Poland. Since World War II, the synagogue, which is still standing, has been used as the Ignacy Krasicki Przemyśl Public Library.
8. Cerkiew Narodzenia Przenajświętszej Bogurodzicy
Holy Church of the Birth of God-a historic Orthodox field church. It is part of the Parent's Day of St. Bogu of the Polish Orthodox Pakp Army, part of the Parent's Day of St. Bogu of Poland, part of the Parent's Day of St. Bogu of Poland.
9. Muzeum Archidiecezjalne
10. sobór archikatedralny Św. Jana Chrzciciela
11. Most kolejowy im. Tadeusza Porembalskiego
The railway bridge in Przemyśl - with a truss structure, located between Przemyśl Główny and Przemyśl stations, a railway bridge on a sleigh, through which the railway line No. 91 from Krakow to Medyka runs.
12. Zamek Kazimierzowski
13. Ławeczka Józefa Szwejka
Josef Schweik's Bench-A monument honoring Josef Schweik's role in Jaroslav Hasek's novel "Josef Hasek". The adventures of good soldier Schweike. The action episodes in the novel are all well thought out.
14. Cerkiew Matki Bożej Bolesnej
Church and monastery Our Lady of Sorrows in Przemyśl oo. Basilianów - buildings created in 1913 in the district of Zasanie thanks to the efforts of the bishop Kostiantyn Czechowicz of the monastery.
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