Mirów - romantic quarter of city of Pińczów, Poland

Mirów - former town - today is a quarter of city of Pińczów in Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship, Poland (read more about Pińczów). Mirow was founded on July 1, 1592 by the Margrave Zygmund Gonzaga Myszkowski as New City Mirow. Myszkowski began the construction of the church, which was completed by his son Ferdinand after the death of Margrave. 
In 1612 Mirow was incorporated into the neighboring city of Pińczów. At the turn of the 17th and 18th century, the Reformers monastery was founded next to the Mirów collegiate. Since 1906 in the part of the monastery buildings is the hospital located.
Largest tourist attractions of Mirów is the Renaissance church of Reformers, located at the former Mirów Marketplace. It is the one-nave construction built on a cruciform plan. There are  two chapels on both sides of the aisle. 
Next to the church is located Renaissance tenement house from the turn of the sixteenth and seventeenth century. The first owner of the house was probably the Calvinist printer - Daniel from Łęczyca.

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Lake Wdzydze - "Kashubian Sea"

Kashubian sea - so Kashubians called one of the most beautiful Polish lakes - Wdzydze. It is located in Tuchola Forest (read more: Forests in Tuchola Forest Biosphere Reserve), in the region of South Kashubia, in the Pomeranian Voivodeship. Lake Wdzydze (Kashubian: Jezoro Wdzëcczé), also known as the Big Water and Szerzawa holds the five lakes: Wdzydze, Radolne, Gołuń, Jelenie and Słupinko. These lakes form a gutter system in the Lake Wdzydze cross with sides of lengths 9 and 11 km and the surface of 1455.6 ha and a maximum depth of 71.4 m. That body of water has 21st position in terms of area among the Polish lakes (read more about Polish lakes). 
The Wdzydze lake system has as many as ten islands. In the lake, which does not have a full connection with the Baltic Sea, lives the endemic fish brown trout, which spawn in the surrounding rivers. 
Lake Wdzydze is a central part of Wdzydze Landscape Park. The Park was created in 1983, to protect natural, cultural and landscape values. Park covers the land of 17.8 thousand hectares (15.2 thousand lagging ha). Due to the numerous, clear lakes and rivers, and beautiful nature and landscape of the Park is very often visited by tourists. In the area of Wdzydze Landscape Park is located Kashubian Ethnographic Park. It was created in 1906 as a first open air museum on Polish land. 

Lovely October morning in Ogonki in the Kashubia, Poland

Ogonki (Kashubian: Ògónczi) is a small Kashubian village in northern Poland, 56 km west of the Gdańsk - capital of the Pomeranian Voivodeship. The village lies approximately 30 km south-west of Kartuzy. 
The village is located by the beautiful Lake Sumino (see: Lake Sumino on the Charzykowska Plain, Poland) and is surrounded by green pine forests. You can arrive in Ogonki only through the sandy unpaved road. There live only 20 permanent residents, but in the vicinity of the lake is a few dozen holiday cottages, so here it is quiet and peaceful. This is the perfect place to unwind in the open.
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