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Beautiful surrounds. The building has amazing history and well cared for. Definitely well worth a visit. Do visit the grave yard where a couple of famous Polish are buried. One a poet. Lots of visitors young and old. The climb up to the cathedral maybe...More
As soon I caught the glimpse of this church in the app, I knew that's one place I'll want to visit for sure. After doing so, I was not disappointed. It gives off a certain nordic vibe (which makes sense since it was transported from...More
Interesting place to visit while exploring Karpacz or on the way to the mountains. Located just by the entrance to the National Park of Karkonosze. A little bit of history from across the Baltic sea. Nice views from the yard.
Beautiful Nordic church dated to XII century (one of 1000 that were built, but only couples of them survived till now !). Must see while in Karpaczu. Amazing atmosphere and location, spectacular views.
Still active Evangelic church, holy mass can be attended. Trips in Polish...More
I went as part of a tour in the mountains of Poland. It was snowing and very difficult to get to by foot. A van took us to the top and back down for a nominal fee. Some people did walk up and back to...More
It is all wooden church brought from Norway. After you enter they play the story in polish (foreigners get a paper copy in their language). You can then walk around the premises, see the small cementary and if the weather permits, enjoy nice views of...More
Probably the most famous and popular tourist attraction in Karpacz. This Stave church built in Norway in the 12th century was brought to Karpacz in 1842 by the King of Prussia. It is constructed completely without nails which make the task of dismantling, transporting and...More
This wonderful church made without nails was transported from Norway to the Polish mountains thanks to Friedrich Wilhelm II.
Beautiful sculpted walls, pillars and ornaments show a holy blend between Norse tradition and Christianity.
The tour is only punctual as it is an active church,...More
From what I had experienced, there are Buses running as I had noticed while 'fast tracking' down the winding and medium sized bitumen road leading to Karpacz from Wang with my mountain bike. What fun and exhilaration... More
From what I had experienced, there are Buses running as I had noticed while 'fast tracking' down the winding and medium sized bitumen road leading to Karpacz from Wang with my mountain bike. What fun and exhilaration ....., especially after having to taking the exhausting ride up the same way. Can recommend it, the smiles on the folks' faces commuting in those buses tells it all: "What fun we must be missing......"