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Church of St. John the Baptist and St. Bartholomew the Apostle.
To this day preserved are fragments of the first building from the fourteenth century, although the whole dates back to the seventeenth century.
Extremely interesting inside the church is:
Renaissance Venetian font from the sixteenth century, wooden door from 1700, the main chandelier with deer antlers from the seventeenth century (animal hunted by King Casimir the Great, and donated to the church), Rococo tabernacle on the main altar from the eighteenth century and the oldest extant today in Poland pipe organs.
Built from 1620 consist of more than 1,400 pipes and air pumps to them 8 bellows. Switching sounds is made manually using a metal rods.
Then organist resembles a construction crane operator more than musician. For this reason, during fluent performance, switching of the sounds can be done only with the help of another person.
The instrument is used during Mass and summer organ concerts (Saturday and Sunday at 7.30 p.m.).
Townhouses on the Marketplace in Przybyłów.
This one on the left side that once belonged to a wealthy cereal merchant Mikołaj Przybył, has name from St. Nicholas and between the windows on the first floor is decorated with a statue of the patron saint.
Townhouse on the right, which belongs to the second of the brothers - Krzysztof Przybył has name from St. Christopher and represents the patron saint of carrying the Christ on the shoulder through a river (also he holds in the hand a tree!).
On the facade of houses, you can find plenty of other plant, animal, biblical and mythological motifs.
The richness of ornamentation was undoubtedly caused the wealth of investors and workability of a material used to build the house.
Castle in Kazimierz Dolny.
Built from the thirteenth century it fulfilled functions of prison, river lighthouse and seat of customs guard.
According to legend - from the castle on the hill, Polish King Casimir the Great stole out of there by underground corridor for secret tryst with the loveliest Jewess Esterka.
Loess gorges "Root Hole".
Around Kazimierz Dolny is densest in Europe network of deep gorges.
Both natural and caused by human activities.
Well, in some of the valleys, vehicle wheels and hooves of horses furrowed over the years traces in a soft loess, which then easily underwent erosion.
The height of vertical walls is as high as more than a dozen meters and jutted horizontally outward roots of trees create fantastic, fabulous form.
1. Transit Warsaw - Kazimierz Dolny.
2. Sightseeing of Kazimierz Dolny and surrounding areas by electric bus (audio-guide, 3 languages: english, german, polish). Loess gorges "Root Hole". Promenade on the Vistula and granaries. The Jewish cemetery on the hill (so-called Wailing Wall). Additional options to choose from: one hour boat trip on the Vistula River (view on the old quarries and Cow's Island). Individual hour walk through the galleries of art and antiques bazaar and then time for a cup of coffee on the Market Square. A visit to the synagogue and museum and then coffee time on the Market Square.
3. Transit Kazimierz Dolny - Warsaw.
Total Price (all tickets and fees included in the price):
The total duration of the tour: 6 hours.
Distance between Warsaw and Kazimierz Dolny is 145 km / 90 miles.
Approximate driving time one way: 2 hours minutes.
Time of Kazimierz Dolny Tour may vary slightly due to the situation on the road or random events which are out of Organizer's control.