Presentation on theme: "Jastrzębie Zdrój Worth seeing. One of the districts of Jastrzębie that creates the city's character is Zdrój. A walk around the 19th century Zdrojowy."— Presentation transcript:
One of the districts of Jastrzębie that creates the city's character is Zdrój. A walk around the 19th century Zdrojowy Park (today bearing the name of doctor Mikołaj Witczak), included in the register of historical sights, allows one to move back in time, when health resort visitors used to stroll in the alleys. Historical guesthouses and sanatoriums delight with their beauty, such as: a Spa House built in the Swiss style, a concert bowl, baths and a sanatorium by Braca Company. Excellently renovated, they fulfil new functions as they are used by city residents including students and artists.
The ancient history of this land is reminded by the fortified manor from the 17th century in Bzie Zameckie. Built in the late-Renaissance style with the use of bricks and stones, it is the only building of this type in this part of Silesia. Another noteworthy building is the palace in Borynia built in the second half of the 18th century, with partially preserved original woodwork.
While staying in Jastrzębie places one should visite include churches, such as baroque-classicism Church of All Saints built in Szeroka between 1796 and 1801. the high altar of which features a painting of Alt Saints with the Holy Trinity and St Jan Nepomucen, the city's patron saint. The wooden Church of St Barbara and St Joseph erected in ca. 1647 in Jedłownik (Wodzisław Śląski), reconstructed in 1888 and moved to Jastrzębie in 1974.