Villages in the Rudawy Janowickie
Rudawy Janowickie Mountains
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Mniszków

Mniszków

500-640 m above sea level

Situated at an altitude ranging from 500 to 640 m above sea level, this village lies to the east of Hutniczy Grzbiet ridge in the neighbourhood of Janowice Wielkie and Miedzianka, stretching along the Miedziany Potok stream. The village was established towards the end of the 13th century, and was listed as a knight's property.

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Miedzianka

Miedzianka

480-520 m above sea level

The village is situated at from 480 to 520 m above sea level, between the Bóbr river valley and the Miedziany Potok valley, and lies close to Janowice Wielkie, Mniszków and Ciechanowice. In its years of splendour, Miedzianka was considered one of the most beautiful little towns of the Sudetes mountains.

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Radomierz

Radomierz

390 to 530 m above sea level

Radomierz is situated at 390 to 530 m above sea level, in the valley of the Radomierka stream, and lies in the vicinity of Janowice Wielkie, Komarno and Kaczorów. It is a long chain-type village.

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Janowice Wielkie

Janowice Wielkie

350-400 m above sea level

The village, at an altitude of approximately 350-400 m, is situated in the picturesque valley of the Bóbr river between the Kaczawskie and Rudawy Janowickie mountains.

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Trzcińsko

Trzcińsko

360-400 m above sea level

Situated at an altitude of around 360-400 m above sea level, this village stretches along the charming Bóbr river valley at the foot of the Sokole Mountains, and lies near Janowice Wielkie and Wojanów.

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Gruszków

Gruszków

410-530 m above sea level

This village is situated within the Rudawy Landscape Park, at an altitude of 410-530 m above sea level. Its lower section lies on the Gruszkówka stream, not far from the park and palace complex in Karpniki.

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Karpniki

Karpniki

370-410 m above sea level

Situated at an altitude of approximately 370-410 m above sea level in the picturesque valley of the Karpnicki stream, between the Sokole and the Rudawy Janowickie mountains, the village of Karpniki lies close to Trzcińsko, Strużnica, Gruszków, Krogulec and Wojanów.

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Strużnica

Strużnica

430-470 m above sea level

Strużnica is situated at approximately 430 to 470 m above sea level, in the picturesque Karpicki Potok valley and in the vicinity of Karpniki and Gruszków.

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Bukowiec

Bukowiec

400-490 m above sea level

Bukowiec is a large village located at the foot of the Rudawy Janowickie mountains, and situated close to Gruszków, Krogulec and Kostrzyca.

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Łomnica

Łomnica

350-370 m above sea level

The village of Łomnica, situated at an altitude of 350-370 m, lies at the foot of the Rudawy Janowickie mountains and is one of the larger villages within the commune of Mysłakowice (Jelenia Góra poviat).

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Bobrów

Bobrów

345-360 m above sea level

Situated in the Bóbr valley at an altitude of 345-360 m, the east end of Bobrów village borders the Sokole Mountains in the Rudawy Landscape Park.

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Wojanów

Wojanów

350-360 m above sea level

Situated at an altitude of 350-360 m above sea level, the village's eastern edge brushes the Sokole Mountains. It belongs to Mysłakowice commune, and its houses stretch along both sides of the Bóbr river.

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Krogulec

Krogulec

360-380 m above sea level

Krogulec village is situated on the Łupia stream at an altitude of 360-380 m, bordering Karpniki to the east (the Karpniki Palace side), and the Bukowiec park and palace complex to the west. Stretching across a distance of 1 km, the village is located within the commune of Mysłakowice.

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