Grodowiec Poland


In the Middle Ages at the site of the present church was a wooden church, which burned down in 1591. The new church was built of stone and brick in 1602. The church was destroyed during the Thirty Years War and then rebuilt by the faithful. In the eighteenth century has been developed and in the nineteenth century, the tower was added. In the years 1913-1914 was completely renovated. During World War II, the church was destroyed, later pastors were trying to bring the church to good condition (including protected the entire church).

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.

Lubomierz Poland

Lubomierz (German Liebenthal)

The town is mainly known for the cult comedy “Sami Swoi”, which has been realized in Lubomierz.
It is the smallest town in Dolnośląskie Provice but it can pride on many beautiful monuments.
(Unfortunately due to lack of time when visiting Lubomierz I was unable to take photos – I’ll try to make up for it in the future),