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Pomnik papieza jana pawla ii branszczyk
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Gmina Brańszczyk położona jest na Nizinie Mazowieckiej (60 km od Warszawy, 12 km od Wyszkowa) w Dolinie Dolnego Bugu, przy trasie nr 8 wiodącej z Warszawy do Białegostoku dającej też możliwość dojazdu do Olsztyna i Suwałk.

Dzięki dogodnemu położeniu geograficznemu, rozbudowanej infrastrukturze, walorom krajobrazowym i czystym ekologicznie terenom - gościnna Gmina Brańszczyk przygotowana jest do podejmowania gości, turystów i inwestorów.

Tereny przygotowane są pod budownictwo jednorodzinne, wielorodzinne, usługi i rzemiosło. Dużym udogodnieniem jest dobrze rozwinięta sieć dróg lokalnych (w roku 2000 gmina wybudowała ponad 15 km nowych dróg asfaltowych).

http://branszczyk.pl/index.php?cmd=zawartosc&opt=pokaz&id=2

Wirtualna wycieczka po Gminie Brańszczyk: http://www.branszczyk.pl/pliki/panoramy/

Copyright: Konrad Łaszczyński
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Uploaded: 03/08/2012
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