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Kielce-Muzeum Zabawek-Archiwum ROTWŚ
Kielce-Muzeum Zabawek-Archiwum ROTWŚ

The Museum is the biggest and oldest Museum of Toys in Poland. On 631 square meters exposition place we present several thousands of exhibits. The visitors can watch several exhibitions, i.e. dolls from all over the world, historical and folkloric toys, Barbie dolls, car models, airplane models, ship models, an electrical train and theatrical marionettes.

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Pałacyk Tomasza Zielińskiego w Kielcach
Pałacyk Tomasza Zielińskiego w Kielcach

Tomasz Zieliński Residence – build in 1846–58 by use of walls from the bishop’s utility buildings. In the middle of the XIX century it was the property of the head of county authority Tomasz Zieliński, who, during the years 1851–57, developed the Residence by a tower in Gothic Revical style, a hothouse and a donjon.

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Kurozwęki - fot. E.Dalach
Kurozwęki - fot. E.Dalach

The complex of palaces and parks is located in north-west direction from the town, in the Valley of Czarna river. In the beginnings it was a fortress of the Kurozwęki Family erected by the end of XIV century, known from a document dated to 1400 as „Castrum Curoswank”. From this initial building only fragments of gothic walls and moat are preserved until today.

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Klasztor reformatów w Pińczowie - Archiwum ROTWŚ
Klasztor reformatów w Pińczowie - Archiwum ROTWŚ

The church and monastery of the Order of the Reformati has been founded in1578 by the Bishop of Cracow Piotr Myszkowski as a collegiate church. Though the construction works had been taken up long after the Bishop’s death. Zygmunt Myszkowski brought from Rome in 1605 the Order of the Reformati, called in Poland Reformati, changing by the same the bishop’s assumptions. In 1683 Stanisław Kazimierz Myszkowski founded a monastery for the Order.

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Zamek Rycerski w Sobkowie
Zamek Rycerski w Sobkowie

Sobkow was founded in 1563 by Stanislaw Sobek from Sulejow, who at that time was a Bielecki Castellan, Małogowski governor and Great Treasurer of the Crown. Later the castle belonged to Drohojowski Family, Wielopolski Family, Sarbiewski Family, Myszkowski Family and since 1725 to Szaniawski Family. In its history, the castle was repeatedly destroyed and completely burnt during combat in 1915. Sobkow lost its civic rights in 1869.

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Wiślica - Michał Maicążek
Wiślica - Michał Maicążek

the location of a Gothic collegiate church of King Casimir the Great foundation; the undergrounds present preserved foundations of two earlier churches with the so called "wiślica plate".

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Tokarnia - Archiwum ROTWŚ
Tokarnia - Archiwum ROTWŚ
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Museum of villages of the Kielce region, with 25 wooden architecture objects from the Kielce region. Tokarnia is the place of the Museum of Villages from the Kielce region, founded in 1976.

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Święty Krzyż, Łukasz Zarzycki
Święty Krzyż, Łukasz Zarzycki

The Łysiec mountain – nowadays known as the Holy Cross – was centuries ago a popular place related to witches. During the Sabbaths organized here by them, they celebrated mystic sorceries, with infernal fun and dance.

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Święta Katarzyna-Archiwum ROTWŚ
Święta Katarzyna-Archiwum ROTWŚ

The resort is located in the middle of Świętokrzyskie Mountains, at the base of their highest peak – Łysica (612 m). We can find here a church and the Bernardine convent. At the borders of the Świętokrzyski National Park we’ll find several chapels, among others the Saint Francis chapel near the spring, on the red tourist path leading to the Łysica peak. Święta Katarzyna is the place where in 1910 the first tourist hostel in Świętokrzyskie Mountains has been founded.

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Starachowice - Muzeum Przyrody i Techniki-Archiwum ROTWŚ
Starachowice - Muzeum Przyrody i Techniki-Archiwum ROTWŚ

In 1789 on foundation of the abbot of Wąchock Rupkiewicz, on territories of present city Starachowice, the first blast furnace was constructed. After the elaboration in 1815 by Stanisław Staszic of a plan of „continuous iron plants on Kamienna river” and since 1841 already three large charcoal furnaces were working.

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