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What does Silesia mean?

 

A glimpse of Silesia

The lowland region of Silesia occupies southwestern Poland.  It encompasses the city of Wroclaw and is bordered by the Sudeten (Sudety) mountain range.  Travelers and especially nature-lovers will enjoy the area's scenic beauty and charming towns.

Ksiaz Castle and its eclectic styles which span over seven centuries.

Wang Chapel - 12th-century wooden church relocted from Norway in the middle of the 19th century to its present spot in the town of Karpacz.

Szklarska Poreba, known for its glass and crystal works, is also a popular ski resort in the Karkonosze Mtns.

 

Bukowka Lake

One of Silesia's characteristics is its rich vegetation

 

 

Wroclaw Old Town Hall

 

 

Ostrow Tumski island, the oldest part of Wroclaw, features a distinguished collection of churches, museums, and gardens.

Wroclaw, the capital of Lower Silesia, is one of the oldest and most beautiful cities in Poland.  It is a major commercial, educational, and cultural center of southwestern Poland.  Here are a few pictures.

Wroclaw Old City Square