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Dolnośląskie

If someone asked you which of the forest complexes in Poland is the largest, probably the most common answers would be Puszcza Białowieska, Puszcza Augustowska or Notecka. Wrong! The largest forest is located in the area of two voivodships - Lower Silesia and Lubuskie - amazing and still not very well known as the tourist region Bory Dolnośląskie.

The Lower Silesian Wilderness Klodzko Land Walbrzych Land Sowie Mountains Karkonosze and Izery Nysa, Kwisa, Bobr rivers Kaczawskie Foothills The Oder Valley The Trzebnickie Hills The Barycz Valley The Sleza Mountain The Lower Silesian Wilderness Klodzko Land Walbrzych Land Sowie Mountains Karkonosze and Izery Nysa, Kwisa, Bobr rivers Kaczawskie Foothills The Oder Valley The Trzebnickie Hills The Barycz Valley The Sleza Mountain
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A new underground tourist route at the Książ Castle

Wałbrzych - the capital of the Lower Silesian secrets, invites you

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The Mały Staw Cirque

Undoubtedly - one of the most beautiful places in the Karkonosze Mountains.

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Świdnica Exchange of Antiquities, Numismatics and Curiosities

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#SzlakMaSmak – EXCELLENT LOWER SILESIA!

In the latest #SzlakMaSmak campaign, we encourage you to taste Lower Silesia

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BLOGGERS IN LOWER SILESIA!

Twenty bloggers and influencers will visit Lower Silesia as part of the #SzlakMaSmak campaign, organized by the Marshal's Office of the Lower Silesian Voivodeship.

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Explore the vineyards and surroundings. Discover the Lower Silesian Beer and Wine Trail

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Riese Project

The Riese complex, an unfinished project carried out by Nazi Germany in the Sowie Mountains during the last years of the war (1943-1945), remains an unsolved mystery for historians and explorers (including speleologists).

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Grębocice commune

The commune is located in the northern part of the Lower Silesia Province, between Głogów and Polkowice, with its seat in the village of Grębocice, the history of which, confirmed by documents, dates back to the second half of the 13th century (the village was founded under German law in 1298).