Cieszyn is a cross-border town at the foot of the Silesian Beskids in the south of Poland and at the foot of the Moravian-Silesian Beskids in the Czech Republic. It is the cultural, educational and administrative centre of Cieszyn Silesia.
The Neo-Baroque castle in Pszszyna that looks like a palace, is one of the most precious objects of this type in the whole country.
Botanical garden located in the forest called “Obora”, in the north-eastern part of Racibórz.
The Beskydy Mountains are one of the most attractive tourist regions.
Project of Cultural and natural heritage to develop Polish-Czech borderlands “Common heritage” is financed by the European fund intended for the regional development „WE CROSS THE BORDERS“.
Wszelkie prawa zastrzeżone "Wspólne dziedzictwo"