Panoramic view of KrzepiceKrzepice , Poland
In this online camera there is the Polish city of Krzepice, located in the Silesian Voivodeship. For centuries, until 1793 during the Partitions of Poland, the town, showed in live stream, belonged to Lelów County of Kraków Voivodeship. Annexed by the Kingdom of Prussia as part of New Silesia in 1807, it was passed to the Duchy of Warsaw, and then Congress Poland. In 1918the city, demonstrated in a webcam, returned to Poland, and was part of Kielce Voivodeship. After World War II, Krzepice remained in Kielce Voivodeship until 1950, when Krzepice in the online camera became part of Katowice Voivodeship. He later entered the Silesian Voivodeship.
The Silesian Voivodeship with the city of Krzepice in the live webcam, is the largest industrial region of Poland in the south of the country. Important trans-European highways cross its territory: Berlin - Wroclaw - Katowice - Krakow - Lviv, as well as Gdansk - Katowice - Žilina.
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The region has a border with Opole, Łódź, Świętokrzyski and Lesser Poland Voivodeships, and in the south - with the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
The capital of the Silesian Voivodeship is the city of Katowice.
The main attraction of the region is unique and inimitable nature of Silesia. On the southern side of the province there is a low mountain range - the Beskydy Mountains, covered with beech and spruce forests. Among these mountains flows the great river Vistula.
In Silesia with the town in this online camera, there are two key attraction complexes: Trail of the Eagle's Nests and the Industrial Monuments Route.
The route of the Eagle’s Nests offers to explore the ruins of ancient castles belonging to Casimir III the Great. The most popular of them are: Olsztyn Castle, Mirów Castle and Bobolice Castle, Bankovec Castle, Ogrodzieniec Castle, Siewierz Castle, Bedzin Castle, Pilica Castle, as well as Smolen Castle, which is located in the Smolen village near the Lesser Poland Voivodeship.
The Industrial Monuments Route is of interest not only to adults, but also to adolescents. The most interesting of the many objects are local mines: coal mines and silver mines.
Of the museums in Silesia there are: Bread Museum, Ruda Śląska railway station, Zywiec Beer Museum and largest parks in Europe - SILESIA PARK in Chorzow with a zoo, planetarium, ethnographic park and amusement park.
Mount Żory, sheltered an amazing Western-style park, is interesting for the whole family. There is also the opportunity to take the cable car.
It is interesting to visit the beautiful park in Rudy, which belongs to the palace complex of the 13th century.
On the Krakow- Częstochowa ridge there is a large "Forests of Upper Silesia" park with wild animals. Here you can also ride a bike or just walk.
Fans of extreme rest will like the Błędowska and Sedletskaya deserts.