Presentation on theme: "By Natalia Czapla. There are many castles in Poland. Three of them are in Bobolice, Będzin and Ogrodzieniec. These are on the Jura Krakowsko-Częstochowska."— Presentation transcript:
By Natalia Czapla
There are many castles in Poland. Three of them are in Bobolice, Będzin and Ogrodzieniec. These are on the Jura Krakowsko-Częstochowska. These castles have a history... Jura Krakowsko- Częstochowska
Castle Destroyed castle
Bobolice Castle is in Bobolice, Poland. One of legends of this castle is about two brothers. They lived in two other castles. One of brothers fell in love in a pretty woman. His brother was jealous He put her in an underground tunnel. A witch protected the tunnel, but one day she left her dog. The dog was very noise. When a brother from Mirów visited his lady, a dog began to bark. Then, brother from Bobolice heard the dog, and he saw his brother with the lady, and he killed his brother. Probably the lady is still in the tunnel.
Castle at night View of the castle
Będzin Castle is next to road, by the River Czarna Przemsza. There is a flat, and a round bastille on the top of castle. Będzin Castle is surrounded by castle moat. Legend of this castle and a town says, that king Kazimierz Wielki rode on horse across Śląsk, and he said Tu będziem odpoczywali - 'We will rest here'.
Castle in Ogrodzieniec was built in XIV-XV century, on Jura Krakowsko-Częstochowska. The castle is on the highest hill on the Jura which is 515,5 meters above sea level. This is the most beautiful castle on the Jura. Ogrodzieniec Castle's legend says about a big, black dog with heavy chain on neck. This dog goes around castle, and barks very loudly.