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The most interesting place in Sulejowek is a villa - small manor house of marshal  Józef Piłsudski, great Polish politician, winner in the war against Soviet Russia in 1920, which proteccted Western Europe from Bolshevik's invasion. The manor called Milusin was built in 1923. In 1926 marshal Pilsudski and his loyal military troops set out from her to Warsaw. In…
Okuniew was estabilished in XVI c. by Mazovian knight Stanisław Okun. Because of its localization Okuniew was exposed to attacks of the enemy armies marching down the Great Lithuanian Road, the town was heavy demolished during so called Swedish WArs in 1656 and 1703 and November Uprising on 1831. The most interesting sight is a classical St Stanisław Kostka parish…
First information of Stanisławów as forest manor and village comes from XIV century (1361); in 1418 the village gained the town rights from hands of famous prince Janusz I the elder. The name ownes to last mazovian Prince - Stanisław (+1524). In the middle of central place there is building in classical style (1831 - 16) former post office station.…
Most impressive buliding in Dobre is a neoghotic St. Nicolas parish church (designed by architect B. Podczaszyński, 1878) connected with architecture of famous St. Anna Church in Wilno, but the Dobre is a specially known for international famous sculptor Konstanty Laszczka (1865 - 1956), who was born as a son of a peasant in neighboring village Makówiec Duży and become…
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