Finally, today we start at school Easter holidays since 17 Th to 22 Nd 2014 we have time off - so as usual we spend our free time at my house. The journey was nice, no traffic jams and it took us to got here about 3 hours.
My house is located in South-East Poland ( 256 km from my apartment). So today about Cieszyn the second part. Tomorrow my post will be connect with southern-east Poland's which is completely different from Silesia but very interesting. Believe me.
The next point of interest of Cieszyn is the post-Dominikan church of St. Mary Magdalene, originally built in the second half of thr 13th century in the Roman style and then rebuilt in Gothic. It used to be a necropilis of the Cieszymn Piast monarchs.
The next so interesting place is The Church of Jesus - it is the largest Evangelical Church of the Augsburg Confession in the Eastern Europe. Maintained in the style of Austrian Baroque with five aisles on a cruciform.
Well of Three Brothers commemorates the legend of Cieszyn.
And the Old Archducalk Castle Brewery. The brewing tradition is today continued by "The Brothers' Castle Brewery which produce the "Brackie Beer".
An absolutely unique place which once renovated, will become one of the best known treasure of Cieszyn is called "Cieszyn's Venice"which is the area by the Mlynowka canal. This artificial canal has been existing here from Middle Ages, its waters were once used for propelling the water wheels of the local mills