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Wooden UNESCO Architekture Route around Nowy Sącz- PRIVATE tour from Krakow

Wooden UNESCO Architekture Route around Nowy Sącz- PRIVATE tour from Krakow - Nowy Wisnicz, Poland

Duration: 10 to 12 hours
Location: Nowy Wisnicz, Poland

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$56.00

See the most interesting monuments of wooden architekture, belonging to the trail of wooden architekture. During your trip you will have a unique opportunity to see UNESCO listed wooden churches.

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Pass By: Welcome in Cracow, Szewska 15, 31-009 Kraków, Poland

Your trip to Wooden Architekture trail will start with picking up from a previously determined place in Krakow from a hotel or apartment ... More info ›

See the most interesting monuments of wooden architekture, belonging to the trail of wooden architekture. During your trip you will have a unique opportunity to see UNESCO listed wooden churches.

Itinerary
This is a typical itinerary for this product

Pass By: Welcome in Cracow, Szewska 15, 31-009 Kraków, Poland

Your trip to Wooden Architekture trail will start with picking up from a previously determined place in Krakow from a hotel or apartment. The journey from Krakow to Castle in Wiśnicz takes about 1 hour. Information about the driver who will pick you up the phone numbers to him and the color of the vehicle that will pick you up, you will receive the day before the planned trip.

Stop At: Wisnicz Castle Museum, Nowy Wisnicz 32-720 Poland

A castle located on a forested hill by the River Leksandrówka in the village of Stary Wiśnicz.The castle was raised by Jan Kmita in the second half of the fourteenth century. The castle was built in the Baroque architectural style with Renaissance elements. The castle was built on the plan of the quadrilateral with the inner courtyard. The castle has four towers, with one in each corner. The castle is surrounded by bastion fortifications and the main gate from the early 17th century. The castle has an irregular shape. In the 1590s and 1610s, it had a four-wing structure, three towers and fortifications surrounding the castle with two gates. After the year 1516, Piotr Kmita expanded the castle. After his death in 1553, the castle came into ownership of the Barzów in 1566, which ceded ownership rights of the castle to the Stadnickis. In 1593 Sebastian Lubomirski bought the castle. In between the years of 1615 to 1621, Sebastian Lubomirski's son Stanisław Lubomirski undertook the expansion of the castle. The architect Maciej Trapola drew up the project of the Baroque reconstruction and bastion fortifications. During the Deluge the Swedes looted the castle and destroyed the castle. After Sweden was defeated by the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, the castle was seeded to the Lubomirskich, which carried out restoration works which have not been completed.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Kosciol Sw Leonarda, Lipnica Murowana 39, Lipnica Murowana 32-724 Poland

It's Gothic, wooden church located in the village of Lipnica Murowana from the fifteenth-century, which is the part of the UNESCO list.
The church is located by the Uszwica river, beyond the former levee in Lipnica Murowana.The church was most likely built at the end of the fifteenth-century, on the location of a former church. According to the town's tradition, the church was built in 1143 or 1203 - this date can be seen on the north-east wall of the chancel - in the location of a former pagan chram.
The church is found today in a near untouched structure, and belongs to the most notable wooden Gothic churches in Poland. The church is orientated, built from wooden framework, bipartite. The chancel is surrounded by three walls. The nave is wider, in the shape of a square. In the seventeenth-century, the church was surrounded with picturesque soboty (wooden undercut supported by pillars), during which a bell tower was constructed. There is no sacristy by the chancel. The roof is covered with wood shingle, with tradition, there are only windows in the southern side of the church, with the entrance doors to the south and west of the church.

Duration: 45 minutes

Stop At: Church St. Michael the Archangel in Binarowa, 409, Binarowa 38-340 Poland

It's Gothic, wooden church located in the village of Binarowa from the fifteenth-century, which is on the UNESCO list.
A document from 1415 informs of the existence of a wooden parish church in Binarowa, which is acknowledge by Jan Długosz on the turning point of the third and fourth-quarter of the fifteenth-century. The present church was built around 1500. The date of the church's consecration remains unknown. In the next centuries a number of renovation works took place, to keep the church in its best state. In 1596, a nave tower was built.
In the first half of the sixteenth-century, the church's interior was almost entirely decorated in a polychrome.
Between 1602 and 1608, the church had been built a bell tower.
Between 1641 and 1650 the church had undergone an extensive reconstruction, with a painting of the Guardian Angels added to the nave, the tower received a new topping, the matroneum was reconstructed, the window openings were enlarged, and a new polychrome was done to decorate the walls.
Between 2010 and 2012, the church was renovated, restoring the church after damage made in the 2010 flood.

Duration: 45 minutes

Stop At: Church of St. Philip and St. James the Apostles, Sekowa Poland

It's Gothic, wooden church located in the village of Sękowa from the fifteenth-century, which is on the UNESCO list. Due to its history and unique architecture the church is frequently called the Pearl of the Beskid Niski. A one nave, three-sided chancel, wooden framework church, built on gravel foundations. The larch walls of the church are covered with wood shingle. The narrow chancel and wide nave is covered by a steep roof. The church was expanded in the seventeenth-century (construction of the column-framework tower, topped out with a dome, and accessible from the ground, with soboty (wooden undercut supported by pillars); the side of the church has a small bell tower, with a lantern). In 1819, the sacristy and matroneum was reconstructed, before 1888, covered in a Neo-Gothic polychrome. The interior in the nave is covered with flat slabs, which change in shape, with a rectangular window in the arch, with a wooden crucifix from the sixteenth-century.
The interior of the church is poor, as the church was damaged during 1914–1915 years of World War I, in the Gorlice–Tarnów Offensive (the wooden material was used for trenches and for firewood). After World War I, the church was reconstructed in 1918, and in the second half of the twentieth-century.

Duration: 45 minutes

Stop At: Greek Catholic Church of Protection of Our Most Holy Lady in Owczary, Sekowa 13, Owczary 38-307 Poland

It's Gothic, wooden church located in the village of Owczary from the seventeenth-century, which is on the UNESCO list.
The tserkva in Owczary was raised in 1653. The tserkva is the second building of its type in this location - the first collapsed due to quicksand in its foundations. In 1701, the tserkva's chancery underwent extensive renovation, the tower was built in 1783 (built by meisters Dimitr Dekowekin and Teodor Rusinka), in 1870, the building was widened, to have equal measurements to that of the nave. In 1938, the tserkva's interior was decorated with a polychrome. After Operation Vistula, the tserkva was transferred to the Roman Catholic parish. After some of the displaced villagers came back to the village in 1956, the tserkva had also restarted Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church services. Since 1998, the tserkva began to function as a Roman Catholic-Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church.

Duration: 45 minutes

Stop At: Greek Catholic Church of St. Paraskevi, Kwiaton 38-315 Poland

It's Gothic, wooden church located in the village of Kwiatoń from the nineteenth-century, which is on the UNESCO list.
The tserkov was built in the second half of the seventeenth-century. The date of the completion of the tserkov was dated at 1700. The tower was built in 1743. The date for the completion of the tserkov was found on one of its wooden framework columns. However, this date could relate to the renovation of the old tower. The tserkov's tower is considered to be the oldest tower built in the Lemko church architectural style. After Operation Vistula, the tserkov was transformed into a Roman Catholic church, belonging to the Uście Gorlickie parish.

Duration: 45 minutes

Pass By: Welcome in Cracow, Szewska 15, 31-009 Kraków, Poland

After completing the tour, the driver will drop you to your hotel in Krakow.

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