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Today the Catholic parish church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus (Kościół pw. Najświętszego Serca Pana Jezusa), is on the edge of the manor house garden of Mysłakowice/Erdmannsdorf, nowadays a district of Hirschberg/Jelenia Góra. The church, designed as a castle church for the summer residence of the Prussian kings by Karl Friedrich Schinkel, was built between 1836 and 1838.

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Venues of Krzyżowa-Music Summer Concerts

On the northern edge of the Sudety Mountains lies Lower Silesia – one of the most picturesque regions of Central Europe where undulating lowlands straddle the meandering Oder River. The variety of the region’s landscapes as well as its historical and cultural heritage attract millions of visitors from all over the world. Located in its very midst, Krzyżowa offers not only Krzyżowa-Music, but also the ideal base for further exploration of this diverse region and its history.


Historically both an important religious and industrial centre, Świdnica survived World War II mostly intact. Visitors can admire its beautifully preserved old town and the newly restored town hall tower.

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Pałac Pakoszów / Pakoszów Castle


The large baroque palace complex is situated in Pakoszów in the community of Piechowice in Lower Silesia.

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Szczawno-Zdrόj / Bad Salzbrunn

Located in the midst of the dramatic Central Sudetes, 25 kilometres from Krzyżowa, Szczawno-Zdrόj is among the most beautiful spas in Poland. Since the beginning of the 19th century its mineral springs have attracted thousands of health resort guests. Fans of relaxed strolls will definitely appreciate its long promenade on a balmy late-summer evening.

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Zamek Książ / Książ Castle

Zamek Książ – the so called "pearl of Silesia“ – is the largest castle of Silesia, the third largest in Poland and one of the largest in Europe.

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Krzyżowa (erstwhile Kreisau)

Krzyżowa is a peaceful village of 200 with a beautiful palace estate in the heart of Lower Silesia. The centrally located estate with its originally neoclassical palace has an incredible genius loci.

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