The castle is located in a little town of Ujazd situated near the south-eastern boundary of the Śętokrzyskie Mountains. Built inside massive stone walls with bastions at the five corners, this mannerist palace embodied the structure of the calendar.
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In the second half of the 14th century in Kurozwęki they erected a castle referred to in a document dating back to 1400 as “castrum Curoswank”. unique attraction is a herd of over 80 American buffaloes in, which can be admired from the interior of “safari buffalo” carriage.
- Kurozwęki, ul. Zamkowa 3
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The palace belonged to the Cracovian bishops who owned large estates in the Świętokrzyski region. The residence founded by bishop Jakub Zadzik (1582-1642) was erected on the Cathedral Hill. It is considered to be the best-preserved architectural construction in Poland from the Vasa dynasty times.
- Kielce, pl. Zamkowy 1
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In the late 16th century Stanisław Sobek of Sulejów (Brochwicz coat-of-arms), castellan of Sandomierz and treasurer of the crown, started construction of a castle upon River Nida and founded the town of Sobków.
- Sobków, ul. Sobka 15
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The Manor House was built in the second half of the 18th century in baroqe style by Józef Wierciński. In the 19th century the object was rebuilt in classical style. Today, the manor house presents historic interiors fitted with artistic cloths, lamp collections and furniture.
- Ożarów, Smiłów 1
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On top of the highest rocky mountain in the environs, known as Mt Zamkowa, stands a ruin of the Gothic Royal Castle of Chęciny. It was erected before 1306, and king Władysław Łokietek, bishop Jan Muskate, and king Władysław II are mentioned as its founders.
- Chęciny, pl. 2 Czerwca 4
Both the Sandomierz defensive walls and the castle were constructed during the reign of king Kazimierz III Wielki (14th c.). The castle was erected on the Castle Hill in place once occupied by a stronghold (10th c.). It was a residence of prince Henryk Sandomierski, son of king Bolesław III Krzywousty (1086-1138).
- Sandomierz, ul. Zamkowa 12
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Bodzentyn, known in Central Europe for its horse markets, is one of the most frequently visited tourist places in the heart of the Świętokrzyskie Mountains. One of the most important monument in Bodzentyn is castle.
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Two hours drive North of Cracow , the Sichów Manor and Library is a place which combines the traditions of old Polish families with modernity. The manor and the hotel are in 10 hectares of old park surrounded by fields creating a special opportunity for contact with nature.
- Sichów Duży, 88
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Szydłów acquired the name of Polish Carcassonne thanks to its well-preserved medieval urban layout and fortification walls (680 m)with the Renaissance Cracovian Gate. Built of the locally extracted limestone in the 14th century, the city walls were 1080 meters long and 1.8m thick.
- Szydłów, ul. Szkolna 8
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