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    Zalew Porajski to zbiornik wodny znajdujący się w podczęstochowskiej gminie Poraj, powstały przez spiętrzenie wód rzeki Warty. Jezioro utworzone w latach 70-tych XX w. jest malowniczym akwenem, który zdążył się wpisać w tutejszy krajobraz oraz sprawił, że wokół powstały liczne zabudowania letniskowe. Zalew przyciąga także wędkarzy. Natomiast stan czystości wody nie pozwalał, niestety, ostatnio na zażywanie kąpieli.
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    Boronów
    The Rajchowa Góra Reserve, located in the picturesque commune of Boronów, is one of a few wildlife reserves located in the Nature Park of the Upper Liswarta Forests. The area under protection covers 8.2 ha. The reserve was created in 1959 to protect the local forest communities. According to local tradition the name of the reserve is associated with a hermit named Rajch, who once lived in the neighbouring forests.
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    Kuźnica Stara
    Ptasia Wyspa powstała po uruchomieniu Zalewu Porajskiego w miejscu wywyższenia się na dawnej drodze lokalnej łączącej Kuźnicę Starą i Masłońskie. Jest naturalną ostoją ptactwa wodnego, miejscem lęgowym dla gniazdowników i miejscem odpoczynku dla ptaków wędrownych.
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    Siedlec
    The Siedlce Desert is one of the sandy areas of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland. The name was given to one of the former sand borrow pits situated in the vicinity of the village of Siedlce. Although the local "desert" is much smaller than the most famous Błędowska Desert, it is also a tourist attraction. Its dunes reach a height of 30 m, and in the heat of the day, in the hot air you can see the phenomenon of mirage.
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    Siedlec
    This cave is shrouded in legends. One of them says that it was founded by the devil who, chasing Mr. Twardowski, sat on the top of the hill and by farting with laughter made a hole in the ground.
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    Herby
    The Upper Liswarta Forests Landscape Park lies in the region of the vast woodlands between Częstochowa and Lubliniec. The region differs considerably from other parts of the Silesian Voivodeship, and it resembles other quite different areas of Poland. Low-lying, partly swampy areas, a picturesque river valley, a few wildlife reserves attract hikers who prefer off the beaten tracks.
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    Siedlec
    The whitest of white limestone rocks in Poland can be found in Siedlec near Janów, in the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland. There is a quarry, now closed, that provided the limestone for cladding the buildings on the Polish Sejm and the Office of the Council of Ministers in Warsaw. Therefore, the quarry is named "Warsaw". An interesting fact is that the landscape of the limestone rocks was used as the location of the western with Val Kilmer in one of the roles.
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    Herby
    The nature reserve "Cisy nad Liswartą” (The Yew trees on the Listwarna River) is a forest and flora reserve. The protected area of the reserve is almost 24 hectares, and it is located in the commune of Herby, near the hamlet of Łęg. The Reserve was established in 1957. Apart from the yew trees, there are several communities of the protected plants, here. Currently, this area is part of the Nature Park "Forests on the Upper Liswarta". One can learn more about the reserve thanks to the educational trail.
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    Julianka
    The Stawki Landscape Park is located in the commune of Przyrów, in the area defined as the Włoszczowa Basin (situated in the close vicinity of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland). Being the smallest landscape park in Poland, it comprises sparsely populated marshy woodlands, creating a wildlife haven for various species of plants and animals.
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    Złoty Potok
    Brama Twardowskiego (Twardowski Gate) is a rock form, resembling an ogival gate, located in a picturesque area of the Wiercica river valley, a few miles from Złoty Potok. This rock, with a height of 4 m, is considered one of the most beautiful rocky outcrops of the Kraków-Częstochowa. This landmark of the northern part of the Polish Jura was named after Zygmunt Krasiński himself. While staying in Złoty Potok in the summer of 1857, Krasiński visited the area in some detail, and by the way gave the names of many of the local peculiarities.