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Malopolska, Polish Promotion Poster

Malopolska, Polish Promotion Poster

The Castle at Olsztyn originally was built in the mid-1300s to be a fortress on the border between Malopolska (South Eastern part of Poland) and Silesia. It was developed into a castle in the next century. Damaged in 1656 in the war by the Swedes it fell into ruin.  by ~RaVeN-82

The Castle at Olsztyn originally was built in the mid-1300s to be a fortress on the border between Malopolska (South Eastern part of Poland) and Silesia. It was developed into a castle in the next century. Damaged in 1656 in the war by the Swedes it fell into ruin. by ~RaVeN-82

Zalipies is a small village in the Malopolska region of Southern Poland. There is a tradition that cottage, barns, fences and wells are painted with beautiful murals of flowers, animals and other coloured motifs. Once a year a competition is held to judge the most beautiful.

Zalipies is a small village in the Malopolska region of Southern Poland. There is a tradition that cottage, barns, fences and wells are painted with beautiful murals of flowers, animals and other coloured motifs. Once a year a competition is held to judge the most beautiful.

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Pieskowa Skala Castle is a Renaissance-era castle located in Poland's Malopolska region near Krakow.

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Pieskowa Skala Castle is a Renaissance-era castle located in Poland's Malopolska region near Krakow.

Kalwaria Zebrzydowska: the Mannerist Architectural and Park Landscape Complex and Pilgrimage Park, Lesser Poland (Malopolska).Voivodship (formerly Bielsko-Biala), Poland. Inscription in 1999. Criteria: (ii)(iv)

Kalwaria Zebrzydowska: the Mannerist Architectural and Park Landscape Complex and Pilgrimage Park, Lesser Poland (Malopolska).Voivodship (formerly Bielsko-Biala), Poland. Inscription in 1999. Criteria: (ii)(iv)

Castle in Niedzica province Malopolska.    Hungarian castle (in Slovak “Nedeca”, originally called Dunajec, 566 m altitude) was built between the years 1320 and 1326 by Koko¹ from Brezovica on foundations of a prehistoric roost. The castle was an important fortress of Polish-Hungarian relations and a centre of Dunajec and Zamagurie county.  Nowadays the castle is used as a museum.

Castle in Niedzica province Malopolska. Hungarian castle (in Slovak “Nedeca”, originally called Dunajec, 566 m altitude) was built between the years 1320 and 1326 by Koko¹ from Brezovica on foundations of a prehistoric roost. The castle was an important fortress of Polish-Hungarian relations and a centre of Dunajec and Zamagurie county. Nowadays the castle is used as a museum.

olg Polish log house, Ojców, Malopolska in traditional ultramarine limewash

olg Polish log house, Ojców, Malopolska in traditional ultramarine limewash

Krakow, Malopolska, Poland

Krakow, Malopolska, Poland

Cracow, Poland /  Kraków, Malopolska, Kraków - Opactwo Benedyktynów w Tyńcu, POLSKA

Cracow, Poland / Kraków, Malopolska, Kraków - Opactwo Benedyktynów w Tyńcu, POLSKA

THE MALOPOLSKA GARDEN OF ARTS BY INGARDEN & EWÝ ARCHITECTS

THE MALOPOLSKA GARDEN OF ARTS BY INGARDEN & EWÝ ARCHITECTS

Ingarden & Ewý: Malopolska Garden of Arts

Ingarden & Ewý: Malopolska Garden of Arts

Malopolska Garden of Arts

Malopolska Garden of Arts

The Malopolska Garden of Arts in Krakow, Poland, by Ingarden & Ewy Architekci

The Malopolska Garden of Arts in Krakow, Poland, by Ingarden & Ewy Architekci

Malopolska Garden of Arts is a New Cultural Hub in Krakow, Poland.

Glass-Encased Malopolska Garden of Arts is a New Cultural Hub in Krakow, Poland

Malopolska Garden of Arts is a New Cultural Hub in Krakow, Poland.

Malopolska Garden Art : the best architectural landmark of Krakow in 2012

Malopolska Garden Art : the best architectural landmark of Krakow in 2012