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Arboretum in Bolestraszyce

Arboretum in Bolestraszyce

BOLESTRASZYCE In the area of the old estate of the Michałowski family in Bolestraszyce there is the largest arboretum in south-eastern Poland. Taking a stroll along the paths and ponds visitors will... More »

Cemeteries and memorials
The Zasanie Cemetery

The Zasanie Cemetery

The Zasanie Cemetery was created by initiative of military authority from Przemyśl in 1915 and up to 1939 it maintained a military cemetery form. After 1939 it was reformed into a communal cemetery. More »

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Castle Park

Castle Park

Marian Stroński Castle Park in Przemyśl, covering almost 20 ha, is considered one of the most beautiful municipal parks in Poland. The history of the park, which is located on the hills running into... More »

The most interesting forts of the Przemyśl Fortress
Fort I „Salis-Soglio” in Siedliska

Fort I „Salis-Soglio” in Siedliska

SIEDLISKA Fort I „Salis-Soglio” in Siedliska was built between 1882 and 1886. It is an unusual example of an artillery fort, which, despite having been blown up on 22 March 1915 is one of the... More »

Cemeteries and memorials
The German 1939-1945 Military Cemetery

The German 1939-1945 Military Cemetery

The German 1939-1945 Military Cemetery bears witness to the last war. It started to be used on 7 October 1995. Here lie around four thousand German soldiers who died in WW2 in the south-east of... More »

Cemeteries and memorials
The German 1914-1915 Military Cemetery

The German 1914-1915 Military Cemetery

Up the road from the Main Cemetery, at the meandering former fortress road, now the street called Przemysława, there is a complex of four military cemeteries from World War 1.   More »

What to see around Przemyśl
Castle and Park in Krasiczyn

Castle and Park in Krasiczyn

Krasiczyn is a Late Renaissance castle situated in the southeastern corner of Poland, close to the historical city of Przemysl and not far from the Polish – Ukrainian border. It is a splendorous,... More »

The most interesting forts of the Przemyśl Fortress
Fort XV „Borek” in Siedliska

Fort XV „Borek” in Siedliska

Fort XV „Borek” in Siedliska. In the vicinity of fort no. I, which is also located in Siedliska, is the armoured fort XV „Borek” dating back to the years 1897-1900. More »

Interesting places to visit
Zniesienie and Tatar's Barrow

Zniesienie and Tatar's Barrow

Zniesienie - The hill towering over the town, the name of which commemorates the defeat of the Tartars in this very place. The most famous point of Zniesienie is the mysterious Tartar’s Barrow ... More »

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What to see around Przemyśl
Arboretum in Bolestraszyce

Arboretum in Bolestraszyce

BOLESTRASZYCE In the area of the old estate of the Michałowski family in Bolestraszyce there is the largest arboretum in south-eastern Poland. Taking a stroll along the paths and ponds visitors will... More »

Cemeteries and memorials
The Zasanie Cemetery

The Zasanie Cemetery

The Zasanie Cemetery was created by initiative of military authority from Przemyśl in 1915 and up to 1939 it maintained a military cemetery form. After 1939 it was reformed into a communal cemetery. More »

Interesting places to visit
Castle Park

Castle Park

Marian Stroński Castle Park in Przemyśl, covering almost 20 ha, is considered one of the most beautiful municipal parks in Poland. The history of the park, which is located on the hills running into... More »

The most interesting forts of the Przemyśl Fortress
Fort I „Salis-Soglio” in Siedliska

Fort I „Salis-Soglio” in Siedliska

SIEDLISKA Fort I „Salis-Soglio” in Siedliska was built between 1882 and 1886. It is an unusual example of an artillery fort, which, despite having been blown up on 22 March 1915 is one of the... More »

Cemeteries and memorials
The German 1939-1945 Military Cemetery

The German 1939-1945 Military Cemetery

The German 1939-1945 Military Cemetery bears witness to the last war. It started to be used on 7 October 1995. Here lie around four thousand German soldiers who died in WW2 in the south-east of... More »

Cemeteries and memorials
The German 1914-1915 Military Cemetery

The German 1914-1915 Military Cemetery

Up the road from the Main Cemetery, at the meandering former fortress road, now the street called Przemysława, there is a complex of four military cemeteries from World War 1.   More »

What to see around Przemyśl
Castle and Park in Krasiczyn

Castle and Park in Krasiczyn

Krasiczyn is a Late Renaissance castle situated in the southeastern corner of Poland, close to the historical city of Przemysl and not far from the Polish – Ukrainian border. It is a splendorous,... More »

The most interesting forts of the Przemyśl Fortress
Fort XV „Borek” in Siedliska

Fort XV „Borek” in Siedliska

Fort XV „Borek” in Siedliska. In the vicinity of fort no. I, which is also located in Siedliska, is the armoured fort XV „Borek” dating back to the years 1897-1900. More »

Interesting places to visit
Zniesienie and Tatar's Barrow

Zniesienie and Tatar's Barrow

Zniesienie - The hill towering over the town, the name of which commemorates the defeat of the Tartars in this very place. The most famous point of Zniesienie is the mysterious Tartar’s Barrow ... More »

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