Small Catholic and Eastern Orthodox churches, villas and manors, wooden architecture in small towns, altogether consist of 253 objects and 1500 km of marked roads in Małopolska. Part of these gems on the Wooden Architecture Route can be seen with a guide in the holiday season. Within the "Music enchanted in wood" cycle, every Sunday of the summer, you can listen to old music, as well as jazz, opera, ethnic music and gospel. The beauty of old polychrome and Medieval sculptures enchanted in wood, the smell of resin soaring from old wooden planks and rays of light trickling through the window enhance the sensation of listening to the music. the Wooden Architecture Route in Małopolska has received the most significant tourism trophy - the Gold Certificate of Polish Tourist Organisation for the best tourist product in Poland in 2013. Six out of eight wooden churches entered on the UNESCO's World Heritage List are located in that very subregion. The UNESCO trail is accompanied by the First World War Eastern Front Route, featuring cemeteries designed by outstanding artists, and commemorations of anniversaries of the great battle of Gorlice in Sękowa in May.