First of all Wierzchosławice takes pride in Wincenty Witos, an activist of peasant movement and three times the prime minister of the Republic of Poland, who was born and buried there. However, the local parish church is also worth visiting. The parish in Wierzchosławice was probably founded in the 13th century. The first three churches
The Wincenty Witos Polish Village Cultural Centre
The Wincenty Witos Polish Village Cultural Centre2020-09-05T23:32:35+02:00
The Communal Cultural Centre is located in the building of the Wincenty Witos Polish Village Cultural Centre in Wierzchosławice. It organizes cultural, educational, gastronomical, and recreational and sports activities. In 1975, the name Wincenty Witos People’s House was changed into the Communal Cultural Centre in Wierzchosławice due to the reorganization of municipal educational centres. Previously,
The Museum “Wincenty Witos’ House” in Wierzchosławice
The Museum “Wincenty Witos’ House” in Wierzchosławice2020-09-05T23:31:58+02:00
Wierzchosławice is inextricably linked with Wincenty Witos. The most famous leader of the peasant movement and the Prime Minister of the Second Polish Republic born and spent his childhood there. The Wincenty Witos Museum consists of two homesteads situated in a distance of five hundred meters each other – “Old House“ and “New Farmhouse”. “Old
PZW S1 and S2 reservoir
PZW S1 and S2 reservoir2020-08-31T20:24:59+02:00
These lakes are rich in all kinds of fish.
Lake Dwudniaki and Trzydniaki
Lake Dwudniaki and Trzydniaki2020-08-31T20:23:13+02:00
These lakes are rich in all kinds of fish. Regular-bottomed fisheries attract a lot of anglers. Everyone will find something for themselves.
Barbecue shelter and nature trail in the forest
Barbecue shelter and nature trail in the forest2020-08-31T20:17:44+02:00
The nature and forest path “Lasy Wierzchosławickie” was established in 2004. Its construction was a response to the public interest in nature and forest management observed by foresters. This interest was manifested mainly by the constantly growing number of people visiting for recreational purposes. The educational point consists of boards on nature and forestry, as