6 Sights in Sromowce Niżne, Poland (with Map and Images)

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Here you can find interesting sights in Sromowce Niżne, 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 Sromowce Niżne, Poland.

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1. Facimiech

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Facimiech Jerzy Opioła / CC BY 2.5

Facimiech – a group of rock walls in the Łysiny massif in Pieniny Proper. It is a wild rock cliff in the upper part of the south-western slope of Łysina falling directly into the Dunajec. Together with Łysina and Klejowa Góra, it forms the Łysina group. To the Dunajec it descends very steep and almost bare walls with a total height of about 330 m. They are made of erosion-resistant limestone rocks. The Dunajec, which cuts into them, creates here the Pieniny Gorge. Facimiech together with the top of Klejowa Góra form a protruding promontory, which Dunajec flows on three sides creating several gorges. The walls of Facimiech are one of the main scenic attractions during rafting. Raftsmen on the walls of Facimiech show tourists the outline of the silhouette of an eagle and a nun. Legends are associated with them. At the foot of Facimiech there is Ostra Skała and Grabczychy.

Wikipedia: Facimiech (Pieniny) (PL)

2. Biała Skała

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Biała Skała Jerzy Opioła / CC BY-SA 3.0

White Rock-a small log rock on the duck slope that closes the Piernin watershed exit from the east by the Piernin roadside. It can be seen well even from the bridge. It is about 665 meters above sea level. It is made of horny limestone of Pinin series. Viewed from the side of Pierning Road, it has a relative height of about 130 meters, which is very steep and almost vertical. Before the Second World War, there was a very steep tourist entrance leading to the top of the mountain, from the north through the forest, into the passage between the rapids and the white rocks. At present, this route does not exist.

Wikipedia: Biała Skała (Bystrzyk) (PL)

3. Vitkuľa / Witkula

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Vitkuľa / Witkula Jerzy Opioła / CC BY-SA 4.0

Witkula – a peak with a height in the Little Pieniny in their main ridge. It is located in this ridge at a distance of about 300 m southeast of Szafranówka, separated from it by a small and grassy pass. Witkula forms a narrow and rocky ridge forested with shrubs and dwarf trees. The Polish-Slovak border runs through this ridge. The top of Witkula is rocky, but without views, because it is covered with bushes. On the eastern side of the witkula ridge it descends to the pass called Danielka, from which there are views of Jarmuta and Szczawnica.

Wikipedia: Witkula (PL)

4. Palenica

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Palenica Jerzy Opioła / CC BY-SA 4.0

Pelenica is a small peak separated by the Macquenka Pass and the main ridge. There are "Gros" hostels, dining facilities and trolley slides at the top. You can reach the top from the dock by the chair railway managed by the Polish cableway. There is a Palenica ski station on the slope of the mountain, with two ski trails and red ski trails-"Palenica 1" is one of the most interesting ski trails in Poland.

Wikipedia: Palenica (Pieniny) (PL)

5. Holica

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Holica Jerzy Opioła / CC BY-SA 4.0

Golica formerly also called Holica, Slovene. Holica is a mountain in the Golica Group in the Slovak part of the Pieniny Mountains. It is often included in the Little Pieniny, although structurally it is associated with the Three Crowns Massif. According to Eugeniusz Janota (1860), the name of the mountain comes from the fact that several decades ago the forest burned on it and it was bare.

Wikipedia: Golica (Pieniny) (PL)

6. Sedem mníchov

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Sedem mníchov Jerzy Opioła / CC BY-SA 4.0

Seven monks-a group of rock tournaments on the southwest slope of Golika at the Pininsky Pass of the Danube. They belong to the Slovak part of the Pienap region, known as the Golici Group. Individual rock walls are as high as 80 meters high.

Wikipedia: Siedem Mnichów (PL)

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