Here you can find interesting sights in Zakopane, 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 9 sights are available in Zakopane, Poland.Back to the list of cities in Poland
1. Niżni Kostur / Nižný kostúr
Niżni Kostur, Niżni Liptowski Kostur - an unexpected peak with a height of 2055 m in the Main Gold of the High Tatra Mountains, belonging to the Liptów walls. A black bench separates him from Czarna Kotelnica in Kotelnica, and from Wyzni Kostura - Liptowska. The Polish-Slovak border runs through these peaks and passes. On the Slovak side, grassy and not very steep slopes of the summit fall into the Dark -Smaczyńska Valley. At the bottom they are cut with steep walls, but easily to work around. An outstanding, long perch in the vicinity of Czarny Staw falls on the Polish side. It separates the Szpiglasa Basin from depression falling from a black bench. Orographically, the left slopes of this bitter are mild, grassy-piasets, the right fall down with steep walls.
2. Galeria Antoniego Rząsy
Zakopani's Antoni Rona Gallery is a gallery built by Zakopani sculptor Antoni Rona (1919-1980) at 16a Bogdanski Street. The exhibition facility has been in operation since 1976. Since 1981. It was run by Martin Lassa, the artist's son. In addition to the permanent display of Anthony government sculptures, the gallery also displays temporary exhibitions of contemporary art.
3. Galeria Sztuki XX wieku w willi Oksza
4. Ogród Botaniczny im. Mariana Raciborskiego
5. Muzeum przyrodnicze TPN
The Tatra National Park Nature Education Center, formerly the Tatra National Park Museum of Natural History in Zacopane, is a facility in Tatra National Park that operated under the TPN Museum of Natural History from 1984 to 2004.
6. Galeria Władysława Hasiora
Copper Peak is a huge peak in the Tartrat Mountains in Poland, located on the long ridge of the High Tartrat Mountains in Poland. It is located between Wutang Valley and Yuxi Valley in Poland, with an altitude of 2,237 meters.
8. Muzeum Tatrzańskie im. dr. Tytusa Chałubińskiego
9. Willa Pod Jedlami
The villa "under Jeds", in. Jedlami House is a Zakopani villa designed by Stanislaw Witkiewicz in the Zakopani style. Built in 1897, investors Jan Gwalbert Pawlikowski, Budor: Zapoztowny and Obrochta.
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