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Polska Góra Jaworz 921 m n.p.m.
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Jaworz or 921 m above sea-level Kretówka - The highest mountain ranges in the Beskid Łososińskiego Wyspowy, located on the border between the villages and Pisarzowa Kobyłczyna, part of the slope with a northwest exposure belongs to the village Żmiąca, and part of the slope of the north-east to the village Stańkowa.


Very nicely presented on the east side, where the steep dome tip that gives it a distinctive appearance as typical of the Beskid Wyspowy. Hill clearly dominates the whole area is covered with forest, but in the past on top of it was located high tower triangulation with a viewing platform, called. "Patria ", hence the wide spread a panorama, which can be traced: Beskid Wyspowy, foothills of the Bay Rożnowskim liners, Nowy Sacz, Beskid Sadecki, Gorce, Beskid Zywiecki and the Wieliczka Foothills and in low humidity Tatras and Pieniny.

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Copyright: Maciej g. szling
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Uploaded: 03/05/2011
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