The Church of Peace of the Holy Trinity in Swidnica is without question one of the most interesting religious buildings in Poland. Built in the mid-17th century entirely of wood, the church survived to the present day. Learn the secrets of the intriguing architecture of this impressive theatre-like structure which can accommodate 7500 people. Exceptionality of this place has been recognized and the church has been inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. A short drive will then take you to the Ksiaz Castle. Standing dramatically on a steep rocky hill, encircled by a gorge, Ksiaz Castle towers majestically over the area. After visiting some of its grand chambers, it is worthwhile to take a stroll down the excellent castle terraces and landscaped gardens where you can admire a magnificent views of the surrounding area. There was also a grim episode in the history of the castle. During the World War II it was intended to be transformed into one of Hitler’s headquarters. Some mysterious underground halls and corridors were built here as it became part of the Project Riese – the biggest mining enterprise of Nazi Germany which led to construction of a complex of tunnels inside the Owl Mountains. A visit to the underground city of Gluszyca-Osowka will give you an idea of the Project Riese truly giant scale.
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|Included:||Transportation as above, private driver/guide, entrance fee to Church of Peace in Swidnica, entrance fee to Riese Complex, entrance fee to Ksiaz Castle, VAT.|