4K Polish Castles - Stunning Aerial Drone Footages of Best Castles of Poland
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We’ve prepared for you the most fabulous polish castles to explore. These are really amazing: Czocha Castle (Zamek czocha), Malbork Castle (Zamek W Malborku), Kziaz Castle (Zamek Ksiaz), The Kamieniec Ząbkowicki Palace (Pałac w Kamieńcu Ząbkowickim), Kliczow Castle (Zamek Kliczkow), Moszna Castle (Moszna Zamek), Kornik Castle (Zamek w korniku), the Abbots' Palace in Oliwa (Palac Opatov w Oliwie).
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A Dream Full of – Hope Hill
Blue Sky Morning – Finn s Fandango
Closing Time – Finn s Fandango
Evening Time – Caleb Etheridge
Gentle – Snow Willow
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Hollows – The_Seasons
Infinity – Flux
Morning Bliss – Moments
Particles – Chelsea McGough
Seattle – Skyline Moments
South Lake Be – Still The Earth
Train Ride – Adrian Walther
Genghis – Don’t You Care Hale
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Klodzko Poland / Polska : Summer / Lato 2007
Memories from a trip to my childhood hometown Klodzko Poland in June 2007. You will see Klodzko is a beautiful city with amazing architecture.
Thank you to all my wonderful cousins for showing me around, especially Agnieszka and Mariusz ;)
Pałac Ossolińskich (Sterdyń, Poland)
The oldest information about Sterdyń comes from 1446 year. The very first reported owner was Piotr Kiszka of Oakwood Forest's family crest after whom his son, Mikolaj has inherited the property along with Ciechanowiec. Sterdynians goods were ruled by Kiszków's family until 1622.
In 1673 Zbigniew Ossoliński, the next fortune owner gave the estate to his son, Jerry the nurski's ensign. Jerry's governance left for 15 years and provided stability in Sterdyń. At that time the Palace was thoroughly redeveloped in baroque style. The last from Ossoliński's family member, Stanislaw, had finished the Church's building, redeveloped Palace in a classical taste and contributed in the new spatial moulding of Sterdinian's residency.
In 1809 his daughter Emily married Joseph Wawrzyniec-Krasiński from Ślepowron's family crest.
Pałac Śródka (4K/UHD)
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Info z Wikipedii: W okresie Wielkiego Księstwa Poznańskiego (1815-1848) miejscowość wzmiankowana jako Srzodka należała do wsi większych w ówczesnym pruskim powiecie Międzyrzecz w rejencji poznańskiej. Srzodka należała do okręgu sierakowskiego tego powiatu i stanowiła odrębny majątek, którego właścicielem był wówczas Zeidlitz. Według spisu urzędowego z 1837 roku wieś liczyła 133 mieszkańców, którzy zamieszkiwali 11 dymów (domostw).
Konstanty von Seydlitz przekazał dobra swojemu synowi Karolowi Konstantemu, z którym to należy wiązać powstanie okazałej rezydencji. Wzniesiono ją w Śródce w latach 1858-1861 według stylu neogotyckiego. Z inicjatywy kolejnego właściciela Gustawa Stefana Karola Konstantego von Seydliza wprowadzono pewne zmiany we wnętrzach pałacu oraz w jego elewacji frontowej. Ostatnim posiadaczem dóbr w Śródce był Karol Ermann Otto Gustaw von Seydlitz, który władał nią do 1944 roku. Na początku XX wieku obszar majątku wynosi 988 ha. Znajdowała się na nim gorzelnia, zajmowano się hodowlą bydła rasy oldenburskiej. Po drugiej wojnie światowej dobra Śródki przeszły w ręce Skarbu Państwa, po czym zostały włączone do utworzonego na tym terenie państwowego gospodarstwa rolnego.
Wzniesiona w latach 1858-1861 rezydencja Seydlitzów w Śródce jest jedną z najbardziej reprezentacyjnych budowli odwołujących się do tradycji średniowiecza w Wielkopolsce. Opracowanie elewacji i dekoracje oraz układ pomieszczeń wskazują na wysoką klasę architekta. W ostatnich latach pałac przeszedł w ręce prywatne i został odrestaurowany. Na terenie pałacu powstał hotel i restauracja gdzie goście mogą rozkoszować się pięknem przyrody przyległego do pałacu parku, o powierzchni 2,7 ha oraz okolicznych jezior. W parku można podziwiać m.in. dęby których obwód pnia dochodzi nawet do 510 cm.
Pałac w Bożkowie Zatrzymana historia w fotografii 02 08 2018 r
Cud ludzkich zdolności manualnych jakim jest Pałac w Bożkowie z dnia na dzień przeobraża się w ruinę. Tzw. obecny posiadacz poprzez zaniechanie przyczynia się do zagłady tego bajkowego pałacu. Zapraszam do obejrzenia mojej relacji fotograficznej.
Conquesting Mount Sniezka (1602m) Enniaa's photos around Zloty Stok, Poland
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Entry from: Zloty Stok, Poland
Entry Title: Conquesting Mount Sniezka (1602m)
This was definately one of the coolest days in my life so far!!!!!
A few people from work decided to 'take a hike' to the Carpathian mountains at the border of Poland and Czech Republic in a late April Sunday. During this first month here I've already got some interesting new friends who are into this kinda stuff and being outdoors in general, which is good for me too cause they drag my ass out aswell every now and then!
We started to drive towards Złoty Stok at about 7am, it takes nearly 2 hours to drive up there and we were told there might be traffic (on the mountains???) so we thought it would be better to be there early. The morning was absolutely stunning with bright sunshine, almost empty highways and already lime-yellowish rape-seed fields. By the time we reached the small villages closer to our destination, people were only going to the morning mass. I just love to be awake when others are waking up, yay!! While the roads started to narrow into small streets, also the change of altitude began to pop my ears. Well okay, we didnt drive all the way to the top and it wasn't even that high yet but for a girl like me from a flat country such as Finland even getting on a chair might make me dizzy..
The weather forecast promised almost hot summer temperatures back in Wroclaw but the temps up there at the beginning of our trekking path didnt give same type of impressions. Although the sky was totally clear, the wind was already tough down there. Me and my unfaithful bladder forced the rest of the group to wait while I was trying to find a toilet before starting. A local oldish man (handsome still though..) adviced us that the elevator to the top was closed due to the bad weather up there, so also the kiosk and toilet keeper were off today....... yippii! There's -15'C and dangerously windy too, so wouldn't recommend any of you to go there today, he also said. Well after that little chitchat, whining and smiling kindly, the man was nice enough to let me use his private toilet in his cottage. The house was freeeeezzzing inside!!! How do these people live here? Or take a shower in that small bathroom?!
Finally we started to head up. I actually felt like being back home in Finland, although at this time of the year we'd still have snow in the woods. Here it was all green already and the water was running down in small brooks. The start was very steep hike up and a pair of Nordic walking sticks (or what ever stick at that point) would've been handy. It didn't take long to get to the snowline and I already cursed the girly street Pumas I was wearing. It was definately a good idea to get there in the morning, since the weather was amazing and the groups hadn't started to climb yet. The path widened into a small forest road where the forest machines had been working. The scenery had really been opened up by taking down all those trees and we could see all the way down to the fields near the villages passed earlier, just beautiful..
The wind got stronger and stronger the higher we got. I tried to survive with my shoes in the snow though it was still a good joke to jump like a little monkey here and there trying to prevent the socks to get wet. They said we were right about in the half way up when we came to the first break point. There was a huge chalet type building built for travellers to take a rest and have a bite. I was already a bit cold, since the temps had started to fall on the way up. The beanie and gloves proved to be a good idea! So we escaped the wind into the restaurant they had there, ate and had something warm to drink, and then continued. Really well equipped break point; they sold proper meals and almost what ever you'd need at that point of your trip.
I thought we had already crossed the snowline earlier on the way, but that appeared be only a start of it down there... The rest of the way up, there was about 10-50cm of ...
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Photos from this trip:
1. School group getting ready for the way up
2. Starting to realize we're a bit higher
3. Like I had done this before
4. The halfway house
5. Still standing
6. There's life even up there
7. I can see the top!!!!
8. Stop before the edge, please.
9. Final part ahead
10. Free fall?
11. The ex-youth hostel
12. I did it!!!!!
13. The border of Czech Republic
14. Sliding down..
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