Zamek Książ Poland

Książ Castle (Germ. Fürstenstein) in Wałbrzych

The castle from XIII has been rebuilt several times. In 1941 it was confiscated by the Nazis who probably wanted to create the main quarter for Hitler there. After World War Two till August 1946 the Red Army stationed there.
The castle and its chambers can be visited (in English or German prior to a telephone or Internet booking).

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.

Pałac Góra Poland

Góra (district Jarocini)

Palace in Góra was built in the years 1877-1878 for Rudolf Fischer von Mollard. The palace is in the style of the Northern Renaissance, also known as the "Queen Anna style". After World War II the palace was an agricultural school, and since 1952 in the palace's the Orphanage.
In the village there is also a church. In the name of Assumption of Mary, built in the years 1817-1830, brick, late-classical.

Jarocin Poland


In Jarocin there is a town hall built in 1799-1804 surrounded by tenement houses (also from the breakthrough of the XIX-XX century).
Opposite to the town hall there is a church of St Martin (first mentions about the church come from 1257, later the church was rebuilt many times).

Nowadays the town is known for its 3-day rock festival which takes place every year during the summer.

Leszno Poland

Leszno (German: Lissa)

Leszno, experienced a period of glory in the seventeenth century, (you can see it in the historical architecture).
Throughout the region you can admire the palaces, castles, manor houses, churches.
Surrounding Leszno tend to rest in the bosom of nature.
In Leszno and the region very popular and well liked is cycling through the numerous cycle paths.

The above text comes from Leszno website.