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Here you can find interesting sights in Kielce, 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 13 sights are available in Kielce, Poland.List of cities in Poland Sightseeing Tours in Kielce
1. Pałac Tomasza Zielińskiego
Tomasz Zieliński Palace - a historic building in the center of Kielce located next to the Palace of Krakow bishops at Zamkowa Street. The interior of the palace consists of several rooms, including: concert hall, club room, portrait room, cafe, library, two towers, conservatory. Around the palace there is a garden, in which there is a well with a roof, a souvenir pole, and in the summer there is a cafe under umbrellas. The whole is surrounded by a different height with a wall with shooting holes. On the wall there is a small tower called a "gossip".
2. Jaskinia Urwista na Kadzielni
Rascal Cave on Kadzielnia – a cave in the Świętokrzyskie Mountains. It has two entrance openings in the south-western wall of the Geologists' Rock, in the area of the disused Kadzielnia quarries in Kielce, near the Chimney of Geologists cave, at altitudes of 268 and 270 m above sea level. The length of the cave is 18 meters, and its denivelation is 3 meters. In the past, it was one cave system with the Geologists Chimney.
3. Komin Geologów
A geologist's chimney-a cave in the San Torris Mountains. It has two entrance holes, located on the south wall of Geologist's Rock, on the abandoned site of a deli quarry in Kilka, close to the cavern of the deli and the cave behind the pillar, at an elevation of 259 meters and 269 meters. The hole is 11 meters long and has a drop of 10 meters. In the past, it was a single cave system with a cave on the incense burner.
4. Jaskinia za Filarem
Jaskinia za Filarem – a cave in the Świętokrzyskie Mountains. It has two entrance openings located in the south-western wall of the Geologists' Rock, in the area of the disused Kadzielnia quarries in Kielce, near the Chimney of Geologists cave and the Jeleniowska Cave, at altitudes of 267 and 275 m above sea level. The length of the cave is 11.5 meters, and its denivelation is 8 meters.
5. Pałac Biskupów Krakowskich
The Palace of the Kraków Bishops in Kielce, was built in the 17th century as a summer residence of Bishops of Kraków in Kielce, Poland. The architecture of the palace constitutes a unique mélange of Polish and Italian traditions and reflects political ambitions of its founder. Currently the palace houses a branch of the National Museum with an important gallery of Polish paintings.
6. Teatr Dramatyczny im. Stefana Żeromskiego
Teatr im. Stefan Żeromski in Kielce - Teatr im. Stefan Żeromski in Kielce is the only professional dramatic scene in the Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship, but its significance also goes beyond locality. The stage is 142 years old and is one of the oldest in Poland, a few, which throughout history continuously located in the same, historic headquarters at Sienkiewicza Street.
7. Jaskinia Odkrywców
The Explorer's Cave--a cave, actually a system of caves, is located in the San Torris Mountains. The entrance to it is in Kilts, an abandoned quarry of a deli. The cave system is a combination of three caves: the discoverer's cave, the gunpowder chamber and the gap in the incense burner. Its total length is 392 meters, and its reverse leveling is 23 meters.
8. Jaskinia Wschodnia na Kadzielni
The Eastern Cave in Kadzielnia is a cave in the Świętokrzyskie Mountains. It has three entrance openings located in the central part of the eastern wall of the closed Kadzielnia quarries in Kielce, near the Cave under Łodzikami, at an altitude of 269 m above sea level. The length of the cave is 80 meters, and its denivelation is 10.5 meters.
9. Katedra pw. Wniebowzięcia Najświętszej Maryi Panny
The Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary simplified to Kielce Cathedral, is a Roman Catholic church that has the status of cathedral and basilica located in the city of Kielce in Poland. It is located in the "Castle Hill" in the heart of the city, next to the Palace of the Bishops of Kraków, also a famous landmark.
10. Muzeum Wsi Kieleckiej
The Kielce Village Museum in Kielce is a Polish ethnographic museum located in Kielce, Poland. The aim of the museum is to collect, protect and share monuments of folk culture from the Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship, with particular emphasis on folk architecture and popularization of folk culture.
11. Jaskinia Zwaliskowa
Rubble Cave-A cave in the San Torris Mountains. It has two entrances on the northeast sidewall of Geologist's Rock and is located near the quarry in Kilce at an altitude of 245 meters. The hole is 30 meters long and has a drop of 6 meters.
12. Jaskinia Jeleniowska
Jeleniovska Cave-a cave in the San Torris Mountains. It has two entrances on the west side of Geologist's Rock and is located in the quarry of Kilce at an altitude of 269 meters. The hole is 80 meters long and has a drop of 10.5 meters.
13. Muzeum Narodowe w Kielcach
National Museum in Kielce is a museum located in the Palace of the Kraków Bishops, Kielce, Poland. Its collections include valuable exhibits in the field of painting, handicraft, folk art, archeology, and natural sciences.
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