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Przerzeczyn Zdroj is a spa town in the commune of Niemcza, located in a quiet place in the Sudetes Foreland at an altitude of about 240 meters above the sea level near the springs of the Sleza river.
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The unique, mild, foothill climate of the spa is conducive to therapy and is easy to adapt to. The first mention of Przerzeczyn dates back to 1264 when the name of the town was ‘Przyrzyce’. The year 1802 is considered to be the beginning of the spa’s activity as it was then that two springs of mineral water were added: sulphide and ferruginous and the first two spa facilities were built.
The small town is located by the national road No. 8 from Wroclaw to Kudowa-Zdroj, hence convenient connections to Wroclaw, Klodzko, Walbrzych and Swidnica.
Trips to Wroclaw, the Table Mountains, to the Dendrological Garden in Wojslawice, the Cistercian monastery in Henrykow, as well as to Prague or Vienna are organized for patients. For disco or dancing you can go to the Zdrojowa (Spa) café located in the centre of the town. In summer numerous festivals, music concerts, painting and sculpting locations and open-air dances take place here.
In Przerzeczyn itself there are several interesting objects which include: the Gothic parish church of Our Lady of Czestochowa, Queen of Poland from the 15th century, the picturesque gorge of the river Sleza with cascades, thresholds and small waterfalls, and a 19th-century palace surrounded by a picturesque landscape park.
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