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a school. The village also has a Gothic church
from the late 15
th
century.
Going southwards down the road from
Słomniki to Luborzyca, it is worth straying
to go s Z c Z a . There is a Baroque parish church
from 1737 and a manor house from the mid-19
th

century, recently restored by its private owner.
You can stop in the nearby village of wi L k Ó w , by
the pretty wooden St. Othylia and St. Lucy’s
church from the 17
th
century. It is almost com-
pletely obscured in summer by a veil of huge
old trees. Yet another nice wooden manor of
the 17
th
century nobility is located near go s Z y c e .
Unfortunately, it is often inaccessible.
Lu b o r Z y c a lies not far from Goszyce and
features a Gothic parish church built before
1433 upon a hill over the Baranówka Valley; to
The church in Prandocin, photo M. Grychowski
get there, go over the hills and through a small
forest.. It is one of the most beautiful examples
end of the 15
th
century. Another historic temple of such architecture in the whole district.
alley and onto the Miechów Upland
is located in si e c i e c h o w i c e, upon the Dłubnia, If you wish to see one more monument before
3 kilometres to the north. St Andrew’s Church getting back to Cracow, exit the Proszowice–
represents the Baroque style and dates from the Kraków road 776 right before the Cracow border
beginning of the17
th
century. Next to it, there is towards Zastów (which is easily accessible from
a wooden bell tower from the 18
th
century. Luborzyca) and you will reach the village of
You will now leave the Dłubnia Valley, moving ra c i b o r o w i c e. The local parish St. Margaret’s
on to the area of Słomniki. North of the town, in Church is one of the most valuable Gothic
Down the Dłubnia V pr a n d o c i n , you can visit a medieval parish church. monuments of the Lesser Poland province. The
The Romanesque temple’s aisle and tower were famous chronicler Jan Długosz was the main
erected of stone in the 12
th
century, whereas the
presbytery is Gothic and made of brick. In the
main market square with small buildings in the
very sł o m n i k i , there is an impressive church with
a two-tower façade: a Neo-Baroque temple from
the turn of the 19
th
and 20
th
centuries.
To the south of Słomniki, in ni e d ź w i e d ź ,
you can see a fine Classicistic façade with
a column portico of the Wodzicki and Mała-
chowski palace from the turn of the 18
th
and
19
th
centuries. The residence currently houses
The palace in Niedźwiedź, photo K. Bzowski
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