6 Sights in Wisła, Poland (with Map and Images)
Explore interesting sights in Wisła, Poland. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 6 sights are available in Wisła, Poland.List of cities in Poland Sightseeing Tours in Wisła
1. Jaskinia Miecharska
Miecharska Cave – a cave in the Malinowa massif in the Silesian Beskids. Located in the area of the Vistula Malinka, on the south-western slope of Malinowska Skała and the right bank of the Malinka stream, it is the second largest cave of the Polish Carpathian flysch, as well as the second largest cave of the entire Beskidy Mountains. The length of the corridors is 1838 m.
2. Malinowska Skała
Malinowska Skała – keystone peak in the main ridge of the Barania Góra range in the Silesian Beskids. To the north-west runs from this culmination the ridge through Malinów to the Salmopolska Pass, to the south – the ridge towards Barania Góra. To the north there is a ridge from Malinowska Skała towards Skrzyczne, while to the east runs a short ridge of Kościelec.
3. Kościół Ewangelicko-Augsburski św. Piotra i Pawła
The Church of the Apostles Peter and Paul in Wisła is an Evangelical-Augsburg parish church located in Wisła, Cieszyn County, Silesian Voivodeship. The church is owned by the parish in Wisła and is located at 49 1 Maja Street, in the city center, right next to the main promenade.
4. Krzesełko Stanisława Hadyny
Stanisław Hadyna's benches are located in the courtyard of the Palace in Kkujecin - the headquarters of the Song and Dance Ensemble "Śląsk" (2006) and in the audience of the amphitheater in Wisła (2010), as well as on the market in Siewierz (2019).
5. Leśny Kościół Na Bukowej (kamień pamiątkowy)
"Forest Churches" Evangelical - places remotely located in the Beskid forests, especially in the Silesian Beskids, where during the counter -reformation of the evangelicals from Cieszyn Silesia secretly celebrated services.
6. Jaskinia Wiślańska
Wiślańska Cave - a cave in the Wisła band in the Silesian Beskids. Currently, the longest cave of the Beskids and the entire Carpathian flysch. The total length of its corridors is 2275 m, and the denial: 41 m.
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