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The Chapel of St. Jadwiga of Silesia in Zadni Groń in Wisła is a part of a residence of the president of Poland which is colloquially called ‘The President’s Castle‘. The Chapel is one of the stops on the Trail of Wooden Architecture in the district...

The Evangelical Lutheran Church of the Apostles Peter and Paul was erected in Wisła in the years 1833 – 1938 by the architect Edward Koerber. Initially it was a three-nave classical building without a tower and bells. The church was consecrated in...

The wooden church was built in the years 1981 – 1983 in Wisła Głębce. A much older part of the church is the historic tower from the XVII century size 8.75 x 8.40 and 30.5 meters high. It was moved to Wisła from a church in Połomia near Jastrzębie...

The Roman Catholic Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary is the oldest parish in Wisła – it was established on 28 May, 1957 in the historic center of the town. The history of the place goes back to 1444 when the first wooden chapel was built but...

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