5 Sights in Hałuszowa, Poland (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Hałuszowa, 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 5 sights are available in Hałuszowa, Poland.

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1. Czubatka

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Czubatka Jerzy Opioła / CC BY-SA 4.0

Steeple or Steeple Rock-A steeple of limestone, embedded in Chorsztin foam. It stands above the Hershtin Reservoir, facing the castle in Nebraska, from which it can be clearly seen. It has sharp walls on three sides and can be accessed from the ridge in the east. It is surrounded by hills covered with pine forests and spruce forests. From the northwest, it is a low and elongated bald mountain, from the east, it is a higher Ura Mountain, and from the southeast, it is a robber rock. In the woods around the crown and the honeycomb, there was a burglar's rock, with a cave in it: a burglar's hole and a crack in the crown rock. To the south of the spire is a grassy valley. The bottom of a stream flows into Chorsztine Reservoir. It comes out of spring water at an altitude of 609 meters.

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2. Majerz

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Majerz Jerzy Opioła / CC BY-SA 4.0

Majerz, on the west side of Czorsztinsky, on the ridge of the proper ridge on the ridge of the ridge. There is a less prominent high tide on the main ridge between Snozka Zamecka Pass and Osike Pass in Chorsztine. The southwest slope slopes to the valley of Hatchglund, the northeast slope to the valley of Cross River, and the northeast slope to the valley of Cross River. At the top of the hill is a rather large meadow-the Hall of Maierz. Because of the lack of forest, this is a watchtower in the area. The Majerza Mountains are located almost exclusively in Pieninsky National Park.

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3. Zamek Dunajec

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Dunajec Castle is a medieval fortress in the village of Kerdzyca Castle on the right bank of the Khorsztinsky Reservoir in the region of Spisha or Zamagurza, Poland. The castle was most likely built by Bokosz Berzevich in the early 14th century, probably at the site of an early defensive structure. In the Middle Ages and beyond, the wages of castle owners were composed of Zamagur's goods.

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4. Ula

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Ula Jerzy Opioła / CC BY-SA 4.0

Honeycomb or bald-a mountain with two peaks. Higher is the west top. From the southwest, it is adjacent to spikes and robber rocks. You can see it all the way from the loom to the pig's leg. There is a large open space in the northern foothills, and there is also an open space in the southern foothills. The hive is completely covered with forest.

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5. Kościół pw. Świętych Fabiana i Sebastiana

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Saint Fabian and Sebastian chapel in Hałuszowa - a Roman Catholic chapel located in Hałuszowa, in the Lesser Poland Voivodeship, in the deanery of Krościenko nad Dunajec, in the diocese of Tarnów.

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