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    The Warta is the third longest river in Poland. Its sources are located in Kromołów, which is a district of Zawiercie. It flows into the Oder river at Kostrzyń. The upper part of the river is very scenic and it is worth visiting, while kayaking from Częstochowa to any point in its lower reaches of the river. The Mirowski Rapid is particularly interesting, where the Warta breaks through limestone rocks of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland.
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    The Poraj Lake is a water reservoir in the commune of Poraj, not far from Częstochowa. It was created by damming the Warta river in the 70s of the twentieth century. It is a picturesque water body that has already blended in with the surrounding landscape. That is why, there are numerous cottages built around it. The lake also attracts anglers. However, bathing and swimming have been recently banned due to the water pollution.
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    The Wiercica is a short, clean, very scenic river, which flows entirely (about 30 km) through the Silesian voivodeship. It flows from its sources to Janów in a beautiful valley, popular with tourists due to its natural and sightseeing attractions. The short distance between the village of Sygontka and the confluence with the Warta river offers an extremely attractive white water rafting trip.
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    The Czarna Przemsza river flows through major cities of Zagłębie. For centuries, it has been used for water transport. Nowadays, we can encounter more and more kayakers on the river, who make use of it for recreational purposes. Kayakers can start their trips in the vicinity of the castle in Siewierz, and then cover the distance of the water reservoir of Przeczyce and Siewierz, and finally end in the picturesque area of the Będzin stronghold.
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    The region of Kostkowice is located in the commune of Kroczyce. It is undoubtedly one of the most picturesque places in the Polish Jura. There is a popular water reservoir built on the Białka river, which is called the Kostkowice or Dzibice Reservoir. Three other smaller water bodies can be found below. Apart from sunbathing and swimming, the local area provides opportunities for other forms of leisure. Forests attract lovers of mushrooms, and a hiking trail which starts here leads along the range of Skały Kroczyckie.
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    The Przeczycki Water Reservoir is one of the popular recreation destinations for the residents of Upper Silesia. It was created on the Czarna Przemsza river in 1963. It is located a few miles southwest of Siewierz. You can go fishing, Sailing or do motor boating sports there. The retention reservoir serves as a protection from flooding and secures an ecological flow for the lower-lying areas.
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    The Siamoszyce water reservoir is located in the commune of Kroczyce, in the district of Zawiecie. The reservoir was built on the Krztynia river flowing near the village. It is a flow-through reservoir of an area of 20 hectares, situated picturesquely between high banks and a sandy beach. The reservoir, is a popular recreation destination among the inhabitants of Zawiercie. There is a resort on its bank.
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    The Pilica river is the longest tributary of the Vistula. It is 319 km long. The river flows through the southern and central Poland, starting from the Polish Jura, and then crossing the plains of central Poland and Mazovia. The river with an average water level is usually suited for kayaking along the section from Szczekociny. One can take part in whitewater rafting organized by the Volunteer Fire Department, or by the specialist or rental companies.
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    The Biała Przemsza river is considered a tributary of the Przemsza. It is the most important river of Zagłębie Dąbrowskie. Already in the interwar years, its scenic and tourism qualities were appreciated. The river flows through the areas of the Błędowska Desert, but the most interesting section is in the vicinity of Okradzionowa, popularly known as Switzerland of Zagłębie. Kayakers cover mostly the stretch from Sławków to Sosnowiec.