Gorlice (pronounced [ɡɔrˈlʲit͡sɛ], Ukrainian: Горлиці, Horlytsi; Yiddish: גאָרליץ, Gorlitz; German: Görlitz) is a city and an urban municipality ("gmina") in south eastern Poland with around 29,500 inhabitants (2008). It is situated south east of Kraków and south of Tarnów between Jasło and Nowy Sącz in the Lesser Poland Voivodeship (since 1999), previously in Nowy Sącz Voivodeship (1975–1998). It is the capital of Gorlice County.
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5 based on 1 reviews
Cette vieille église en bois et bardeaux , est devenue un musée ( l'église actuelle du village se trouve à quelques centaines de mètres de là ).
Décorée de mobilier du 18e siècle avec des icônes magnifiques, cette église ou plutôt ce musée , mérite le déplacement car elle est superbement située dans une campagne belle et aux vieilles fermes typiques .
Je dois préciser que l'entrée est payante ( mais à un prix dérisoire ).
Une bonne balade en perspective !
4.5 based on 6 reviews
There are two separate attractions in Szymbark, that form two branches of "Muzeum Dwory Karwacjanów i Gładyszów", based in Gorlice: Exhibition Centre "Kasztel w Szymbarku" and Skansen Wsi Pogórzańskiej. This two are separated by narrow road, that leads from main road (national route 28) towards Ropa river. This narrow road is the best place to park your car, although there's more parking spaces available opposite the main and only entrance to Skansen (open air museum) - be carefull thou, as main road in Szymbark could be very busy and dangerous. Main entrance from main road, so if you leave your car in the side road you will have to walk back. Ticket office in first building on the right, also a gift shop there. There's 15 numbered and described objects (mainly houses, number 15 is a cross) listed on a small map available from ticket office.Three of those objects are on lower Terrace, not visible and not pointed by any signs from upper Terrace - very easy to miss. Some houses are only availabe to enjoy from the outside, while some of them are open, and there's a chance to walk inside, for some extend. There's about three of them with organised Exhibitions, one of them is on World War I. Definitely worth a visit.
5 based on 2 reviews
One of sixteen orthodox churches inscribed onto UNESCO list, as a: "Wooden Tserkvas of the Carpathian region in Poland and Ukraine". Hard to get to, as no public transport, apart from school buses. Small car park around last bus stop in the valley - tarmac road goes only for few hundred meters more, and then it's only a dirt track. Thanks to Małopolskie tourist board there's a guide waiting for tourists (free of charge, as already paid by the board), always ready to tell the history of the place. If the guide isn't there - theres a phone number on the notice board (same as here on TripAdvisor), and - within reasonable hours - guide will be with you in few minutes, opening the temple for you. Quite unusual situation here, as this building was built as a greek catholic church, and now - after long break - still serves that purpose, plus it is shared for catholic community as their branch church. Unusual church, unusual village, visit worth every effort.
4.5 based on 11 reviews
Ratusz świetnie się prezentuje z zewnątrz, zaś wewnątrz można zwiedzić niewielką wystawę (przy punkcie informacyjnym) oraz wyjść na wieżę. Można z niej podziwiać bliską i daleką okolicę Biecza. Wejście jest płatne. Galeryjka widokowa jest dosyć wąska.
5 based on 35 reviews
I was just passing by in my way to Krynica but this place turned out to by the main attraction of the trip! Very original and iteresting place. The staff was very kind and passionate about everything they do there. Talked with the owner and he dedicated like half his life to build this place. You can walk on walls, shoot with bow and even visit a dungeon (not for a faint heart, though). Tons of fun! Not to be missed if you're in the neighborhood.
4 based on 2 reviews
Located in a small village of Łosie this is kind of a small open air museum, branch of "Muzeum Dwory Gładyszow i Karwacjanow" in Gorlice.. It occupies former farm, preserved as it was in 19th century, when it was a place for living for people, who made first lubricants and greases from primitive oil drilling rigs nearby, and then delivered them all over eastern Europe on horse drawn carriages.
Hidden between much newer houses. Very small but hughely interesting open air museum, organised in a small farm enclosure, showing life as it was in the late 19th century/first decades of 20th century in this part of Poland, when they discovered rock oil (same one we make diesel off this days), and ways they were selling and distributing it. Short drive leading to museum is restricted to locals only, car park opposite the drive, at the parish cemetery. There's only two building to be explored, third one serves as a ticket office/admin office. Guided tours only. Superb story telling by a lady, who guided us around. Hidden gem, worth a visit.
4 based on 1 reviews
This is one of over 400 Cemeteries, set up in late 1915, just after huge Gorlice-Tarnow Operation, which was the biggest battle on eastern front of WWI. Designed by Hans Mayr. Now it is located next door to the parish cemetery.
One of over 400 Cemeteries built during WWI in Southern Małopolska. This one is attached to parish cemetery from the east. A resting place for 9 Russian soldiers and 63 Austria-Hungary Army soldiers. Designed by Hans Mayr - a German working for Cemeteries branch of Austrian Army with head office in Kraków. Cemetery survived almost intact for more than a century, which is quite unusual.
4 based on 1 reviews
Église construite en 1500 ,sa tour fut ajouté dans les années 1600.
Inscrit au patrimoine de l Unesco, elle est idéalement placée entre lipnici et sekowa, elle même église classée.
4 based on 1 reviews
One of over 400 Cemeteries built from the late 1915, shortly after huge Gorlice-Tarnow Operation ended, causing hundreds of tousands of deaths amongs soldiers on both sides - Austrian with German, and Russian. This particular one was located in a village called Nowodwory, which was swallowed by modern Gorlice, and it is now at Łokietka street, surrounded by new houses. There's an old concrete sign
Nicely hidden cemetery, located between houses on Łokietka street, on steep slope, invisible from the street level. It is one of over 400 WWI Cemeteries that have been built in 1914-1915 in western Galicia, during or just after huge Gorlice - Tarnów operation. In this particular one there's 81 Austrian soldiers, 57 German soldiers and 66 Russian (other side of the front) soldiers burried in 52 graves. Oasis of reflection amongst busy road and houses.
4.5 based on 11 reviews
Ekspozycje, zlokalizowane w kilku zabytkowych budynkach miasta sprawiają wrażenie nieco zapomnianych, podobnie jak i cały Biecz. Szkoda, ponieważ każdy znajdzie tu dla siebie coś ciekawego. I tak w podziemiu wieży ratuszowej mieści się średniowieczne więzienie oczywiście z nieodzownymi narzędziami tortur. "Kromerówka", przedstawia historię miasta. "Dom z basztą", to muzeum aptekarstwa. "Baszta Kowalska" prezentuje prace malarskie. Jednym słowem jest, co oglądać. Warto wstąpić, przynajmniej wybiórczo.
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