the middle of the parish cemetery in Moszczenica, there is an unusual
rotunda. The original, hexagonal shape of the Chapel of Christ in the
Sepulchre in the cemetery is...
war cemetery No 55, today hidden in a small grove among the fields,
north of Gładyszów, was built in the open field, just like most
other cemeteries established during WWI...
towering hill called Mount Cmentarna (367 m above sea level), which
on the north dominates the centre of Gorlice, in May 1915 was the
area of heavy fights. After the...
Pustki Hill rising up over Łużna (446 m) towers over the
neighbourhood, above the village and road leading to Gorlice. It is
not difficult to guess why it was a crucial...
the forest, on the steep slope of the Pustki Hill (446 m above sea
level) over Łużna, in the shade of large beeches, stone monuments
stand, around which tens of wooden...
standing in the parking lot on the Małastowska Pass, we can see a
wooden fence with a gate covered with a triangular roof. At the rear,
on the axis of the gate, we will...
next to the parish cemetery, the small war cemetery No 352 has been
designed by Gustav Ludwig. 25 Austro-Hungarian, 5 Russian and 9
Polish Legions soldiers, fighting...
lonely peak of Rotunda (771 m above sea level) is crowned with
amazing wooden structures. These slender towers are a part of the war
cemetery No 51, considered to be the...
war cemetery No 80, founded high above the Sękówka Valley,
surprises with its splendour. Even from afar, when climbing up a
steep narrow path among the fields, we can see...
a flat ridge of the Patria Hill (432 m above sea level), among the
trees, we can see from afar four massive stone pylons. Two of them
are crowned with blades of huge iron...