Secrets of History in the Kampinos Area


Cultural gems in the Kampinos

The first stop on our journey is Narrow Gauge Railway Museum and Museum of Sochaczew Land, which will delight anyone who wants to learn more about the region's history. Then, visit Pola Bitwy Nad Bzurą w Sochaczewie - a memorial to the tragic events of September 1939.

Chopin and architectural monuments in Żelazowa Wola

Then, we move on to Zelazowa Wola, where the house of his birth is located Frederic Chopin's. This picturesque village hides a manor house and a palace, which add to the charm of the place. Don't miss the architectural monuments either, such as the churches in Zaborowo, Leszno and Brochowo and the manors and palaces in Kampinos, Zaborowo and Tułowice.

Reconstruction of the Battle of the Bzura and symbols of World War II

For history buffs, Reconstruction of the Battle of the Bzura is an unforgettable event that will take you back in time to September 1939. You can feel the weight of history on the grounds of Palmyra, one of the most famous symbols, next to Katyń, of the martyrdom of the Polish intelligentsia during World War II.

Napoleon and the Modlin Fortress

Finally, we move to Modlin Fortresswhose construction was planned by Napoleon himself in 1806. This site bears witness to centuries of history and is key to understanding the region's military past.

Nature and spirituality on the edge of the Kampinos Forest

At the end of this journey, visit a small church, Sanctuary of Our Lady of Joy, Protector of Naturewhich blends into the Mazovian landscape. A place of spirituality and tranquillity, it is the perfect culmination for anyone wishing to combine their love of history and nature.

During your stay at the "Valley of the Sun" resort, don't miss the opportunity to discover the rich history and culture of the surrounding area. Enjoy the unique atmosphere of these places that witness the past while shaping a legacy for the future.

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