Saturday 1 June 2019


Dziergowice is a village in the Opolskie Voivodeship, which has much to offer. In previous posts, I mentioned only some of the interesting places. This time I went here by bicycle. You can go here from Gliwice, Kędzierzyn-Koźle or Rybnik. Roads lead among the surrounding fields and forests - there are not many cars on the road.

From the side of the village of Lubieszów, there is a chapel in a beautiful neighborhood of farmlands and forests. The chapel is renovated and painted in blue. The next stop was Stanica Dziergowice where there is a crossing to the Odra river until today - there is also a place for rest and relaxation in the beautiful natural setting. It is also worth taking a short stroll around the volunteer fire brigade building. The building is right next to a well-groomed pond. Going in the direction of Solarnia is beautiful Silesian Insurgents' Monument - commemorating three Silesian Uprisings.

Stanica Dziergowice
Odra River
Fire Station and a pond
Silesian Insurgents' Monument


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