Sucha Dolna pałac Poland

Sucha Dolna (Germ. Nieder Zauche)

In the Sucha Dolna village there is a monumental palace complex from XVII-XIX century comprising a palace, a manor, and a park from the beginning of XX century.
The palace was built in baroque style in 1681 and in the beginning of XIX century it was rebuilt in classicistical style. It used to have rich decorations of the elevation and inside baroque stuccowork.

Kostrzyna nad Odrą Polska

Kostrzyn nad Odrą (Germ. Küstrin) – Old Town

During World War Two about 95% of the town was destroyed. For a couple of years the town had very little inhabitants. Only after a paper factory was built there in 1954 did the town start to live again.
Since 2004 the town holds Przystanek Woodstock.
Old town has never been rebuilt: names of streets and signs showing the way to the church and the castle were symbolically placed among the remainings of ruins.

Złotnik Poland

Złotnik (Germ. Reinswalde)

In Złotnik except for the ruins of a gothic church there is also a currently-used church of Saint John the Baptist (built in XIX century, renovated after World War Two).
By the ruin of the church there is a German cemetery from the breakthrough of XVII and XIX century which was devastated after 1945 (not many German graves remained) and a Polish one founded after 1945.

Żary Poland

Ż’ART - International Open Air Meeting with Art

Ż’ART - International Open Air Meeting with Art took place in Zary 18-25 August 2013 and were full of cultural events: concerts, performances, film screenings, workshops for children: dance and art, photographic workshops, photographic action:" on 24 August in Zary ... ".

Małomice Poland


The settlement already existed in the medieval times. Since the beginning of XIX century there have been metallurgical furnaces in Małomice using easily accessible in the vicinity meadow ore.
In the 70’s of XIX century “Maria” works was set up and in 1898 a pottery manufacture was opened.
Nowadays the town is an industrial facility, it has a water- power plant on a river.