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

Here you can find interesting sights in Szczawnica, 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 Szczawnica, Poland.

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1. Macelowa Góra

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Macelowa Góra Jerzy Opioła / CC-BY-SA-3.0

Malowa Góra - a massif in the right Pieniny, in their part called the Czorsztyn Pieniny. It is located in a ridge that deviates from the jumper located east of the three mounds to the south, through the circus rock, from which it is separated by the Podosice Pass. He is forestry, but has numerous rock exposures. Its top -up parties consist of limestone of the Pieniny series. It has an elongated ridge, in which, in addition to the main top, the second, west with a height of about 795 m high. The eastern slopes of the Macelowa mountain fall to the Malowy Gorge, the southern to Dunajec. There is an outstanding rock called a white rock, which was created as a result of the washing of Dunajec waters. From this rock there is clearly visible from the road to Sromowiec Niżne Liab Red Rocks. Their color comes from colorful margs with the addition of sandstones. On the southern slopes of Malowa Góra, well -preserved fragments of the natural spruce forest and pine specimens about 130 years old. Siedlisko rare birds, including Pustules, Puchacz, Nagórnik. The waters from the eastern slopes of Malowa Mountain flow to the Malowy Potok and its tributary - Kirowy Potok, from the western slopes to the terrible stream.

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2. Długi Gronik

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Long Glon-a hill covered with forest. It forms the northernmost ridge edge at the Danube Bend. It is already located outside the boundaries of Piernin National Park and belongs administratively to Crostico. At the foot of Long Gronik, there is a colony of small buns: to Julka, to Gregory, to Kulpas. On the northwest side of Long Gronia, there is an outdoor terrace called Natonia, overlooking the west side of vegetation, bell-shaped wood and small bark, with braziers, saffron and rapids. Through this terrace, there is a green hiking trail, from buns to pine passes. To the southeast, it sits at a 440-meter-high site, known as behind the stove, where tourists get off and they take a raft from the dock across the Danube to depart from the New Ferry Pier. In the northwest above the Long-tailed Dragon, already on the hillside of the Olecranon, there is a pine forest, and through this pine forest, a blue path leads to the Olecranon, from which the Long-tailed Dragon can be well seen.

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3. Czertezik

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Czertezik Jerzy Opioła / CC BY-SA 4.0

Chertezik is the second tallest bark top. It is named after an ancient Chertezik clearing. It is a long and narrow mountain peak, the top of which is built with limestone in batches. It is adjacent to Cheltesh in the west and far from Sokolic in the southeast. The south slope is steep, with deep valleys of the Danube River and Pierning Creek, which separates Pierning Creek from Triple Crown Mountain. Below the top of the mountain is a rocky cliff about high. 35-40 m, the lower steepness is covered with sparse pine forest and beech forest. In 1953, a small 6-meter-long cave was discovered about 50 meters below these slopes. The north slope is covered with beech and fir forests. From Tarno to part of the Great Cuckolded hiking trail, Sokola Pearl crosses the mountain peaks.

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4. Pańska Skała

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Trzy Korony is the summit of the Three Crowns Massif, an independent portion of a range called Pieniny Mountains in the south of Poland. Trzy Korony forms the central part of a compact group of connected mountains known as Pieniny Środkowe, consisting mainly of the limestone and dolomite rock strata. Trzy Korony is located within the Pieniny National Park in Lesser Poland Voivodeship.

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5. Dziury (Jaskinia nad Polaną Sosnówką)

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Dziury (Jaskinia nad Polaną Sosnówką) Jerzy Opioła / CC BY-SA 4.0

Hole-A cave in a foam, a part of a foam called a foam. It has three entrances and is located on the north slope of Eagle Mouth Mountain, along a green hiking trail from Crosby Mountain to Pine Pass at an altitude of 595 meters. The hole is 94 meters long and has a drop of 16 meters.

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6. Park Dolny

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Lignyck Lower Park is a park in the centre of Lignyck on the north side of Main Street, at the foot of Mount Bryjarki, comprising Lignyck Lower Park and Park Avenue, bordering the copper area of Lignyck.

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