6 Sights in Pszczyna, Poland (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Pszczyna, 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 6 sights are available in Pszczyna, Poland.

List of cities in Poland Sightseeing Tours in Pszczyna

1. Skansen Zagroda Wsi Pszczyńskiej

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The fence of Bee Village is the Bee Museum, which brings together the remains of folk wooden buildings in Bee area. It was founded in 1975, and its surface is about. Two hectares of railway park. After the expansion in 2013, the museum gained some new income. A replica of a water mill, a service building with a cash register and gift shop, and a gazebo on top of a pond. The museum is located on the east side of the historic Puczynski Park. On nearly two hectares of land, there are more than a dozen wooden bee soil building facilities. The oldest monument is the granary of Chekhov Manor (1784). The real attractions are the octagonal barn from Kryr, the shack from heating (1831), the blacksmith shop from Gochalkowic and the water mill from Bojsha, where today's exhibition hall is located.

Wikipedia: Zagroda Wsi Pszczyńskiej (PL)

2. Brama Wybrańców

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The Gate of the Chosen Ones, also called the "Warta" – was built in 1687, the oldest part of the castle complex in Pszczyna preserved to this day in an unchanged form. Located in the south-western part of the market square, it was the main entrance to the castle. It was erected by the builder Consilio Milius at the request of the then owner of the castle, Balthazar Promnitz, in the place of the former fifteenth-century guardhouse with a drawbridge through the moat. It housed rooms for the castle guards. Soldiers to the guards, chosen by the Promnitz family from among the peasants from their subordinate estates, were called "the chosen ones". The Pszczyna "chosen ones" guarded the castle until 1875.

Wikipedia: Brama Wybrańców w Pszczynie (PL)

3. Zamek w Pszczynie

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Pszczyna Castle, also known in English as Pless Castle, is a classical-style palace in the city of Pszczyna in southwestern Poland. Constructed as a castle in 13th century or earlier, in a Gothic architectural style, it was rebuilt in a Renaissance style in the 17th century. During the course of the 18th and 19th centuries, the exterior of the castle was partially changed into a Baroque-Classical style. The Classicist modernization transformed the complex into what is usually described a palace.

Wikipedia: Pszczyna Castle (EN)

4. Dwór Ludwikówka

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Manor "Ludwikówka" – a historic building in the type of a magnificent noble manor, maintained in the classicist style, at Chopina Street in Pszczyna. The former residential court of the Dukes of Pszczyna, now private property. Entered into the register of monuments of the former Katowice Voivodeship under the number A/537/65 with the date of February 7, 1966. Thoroughly restored in 2008–2010.

Wikipedia: Dwór „Ludwikówka” w Pszczynie (PL)

5. Ławeczka księżnej Daisy

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Ławeczka księżnej Daisy Radeksz / Public domain

Princess Daisy's bench – was unveiled on May 1, 2009 on the market square in Pszczyna. The monument to Princess Maria Theresa Oliwia Hochberg von Pless is the work of the Pszczyna sculptor Joachim Krakowczyk. It was created on one of the Pszczyna Artistic Open-Airs. The cast of the monument was made by Gliwice Plant of Technical Devices.

Wikipedia: Ławeczka księżnej Daisy w Pszczynie (PL)

6. Zagroda Żubrów

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Bee Bison Farm-a bison farm for tourists. It is located in Bees, in the historic Bee Park, in a place called "Animal Park". It includes two fences with a total area of about. 10 hectares, including infrastructure. Shepherds, quarantine areas and feed warehouses.

Wikipedia: Pokazowa Zagroda Żubrów w Pszczynie (PL)

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