Saturday, 21 June 2014

Jedlicze - my "hometown'

21 st June 2014

Today is the first day of summer and my family is in Jedlicze. It's a small town where I have had my summer house since 2008. It means we spend here about 3 months every year as teachers. I can call this place my second hometown because we love this place and it's completely different from our apartment in a big city. Upper Silesia ins the biggest conurbation of cities in Europe it's the richest region of my country ( coal mines are the most important)  but not clean one. In Upper Silesia live 6 million people
We feel free and independent here. We can walk, ride bikes or relax under tree or have BBQ.

Jedlicze  is a town in Krosno CountySubcarpathian VoivodeshipPoland, with a population of 5,645 (02.06.2009).  It is home to a petroleum refinery.



Refinery petroleum in Jedlicze - I can see it from my balcony

 There are not many historical landmarks here: the first is Roman Catholic Church - so impressive.







The Roman - Catholic Church in Jedlicze


The second interesting place is Stawiarki Palace - now here


it is located  High School .



So it's my lovely place to escape from noise and pollution of big city.



7 comments:

  1. Your city looks very interesting.
    The church is lovely.

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  2. How fun to see your hometown. The church is magnificent.

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  3. Definitely beautiful it dates back from 1925

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