Top 6 historical sites to visit in Poland near Sandomierz:

  • Chęciny Castle

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    Chęciny Royal Castle was built in the late 13th century in Chęciny, Poland. It fell into ruin in the 18th century and remains in that state to this day.
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  • Kielce

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    Kielce is a capital of Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship in Poland. The city and its surroundings are known for their historic architecture, green spaces with walkable routes and recreational areas like the Świętokrzyski National Park.
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  • Krzyżtopór Castle

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    Krzyżtopór Castle is a big castle that served as a medieval fortress and a palace. It was originally built by a Polish nobleman Krzysztof Ossoliński in 1644 in the village of Ujazd. Currently it is under restoration.
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  • Lublin

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    Lublin is the largest city in eastern Poland and serves as an important regional cultural capital. Historic buildings of Lublin's Old Town create a unique atmosphere of the renaissance city. Lublin aims to be known as the Polish Capital of Festivals.
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  • Rzeszow

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    Rzeszów is the largest city in southeastern Poland. It is actively developing as a regional tourist destination. Its Old Town, Main Market Square, churches and synagogues are among the best preserved in the country.
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  • Łańcut Castle

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    Łańcut Castle is a complex of historical buildings and a museum located in Łańcut, Poland. Nowadays, it is one of the most famous aristocratic residences in Poland. An elegant and spacious park of the early English landscape style surrounds the castle.
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