Szydłowiec

Szydłowiec is a small town located on the Korzeniówka River in the southern part of the Mazowieckie Voivodeship. It once belonged to the Sandomierz region, which was part of Lesser […]

Krynica-Zdrój

The first mention of Krynica comes from 1547, when Danko from Miastko (today Tylicz) received the privilege of granting a village council in Krzenycze (now Krynica-Zdrój). The development of the […]

Biecz

Biecz is currently a small town located in the southern part of Poland in the Carpathian Foothills, within Lesser Poland as a historical land. The modern name of the town […]

Nowy Wiśnicz

The Wiśnicz Castle, standing on a wooded hill above the Leksandrówka River, was erected by Jan Kmita in the second half of the 14th century as a defensive residence. It […]

Krasiczyn

The history of the castle begins with Jakub from Siecień, who in 1525 became the owner of Śliwnica village. He began to transform the already existing defensive court into a […]

Pszczyna (Pless)

Pszczyna, located in Upper Silesia on the edge of the Pszczyna Forest, was probably founded in the second half of the 13th century. There were several theories about the origins […]