Monthly Archive for: ‘November, 2015’



In the heart of Lower Silesia there is a Neo – Renaissance Residence: Kliczkow. It was founded as a border fortress at the river Kwisa by Duke Bolko I of Jawor in 1297. In 1391, it fell into the hands of the Rechenberg family from Saxony, who held it for almost 300 years. The main building was built in 1585 …

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The town of Łęknica is situated in the Polish part of the historic Upper Lusatia region, in the broad valley of the Neisse river. A bridge across the river connects it with the opposite German town of Bad Muskau. The Muskau Park with the magnificent castle in its grounds is the largest and one of the most famous English gardens …

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