Miedzygorze is a picturesque village in the administrative district of Gmina Bystrzyca Klodzka, within Klodzko County, Lower Silesian Voivodeship, in Poland.
Międzygórze, with a population of just over 500, is one of the most beautifully situated villages in Poland. It is located within the Śnieżnik Massif in the Eastern Sudetes, in the valley of the Wilczka and Bogoryja streams.
There are still a few wooden houses in the village built in the 19th century in Swiss and Norwegian style.Tourism in the town and in the surrounding area developed thanks to Marianna Orańska. She was a Dutch princess from the Orange-Nassau dynasty.
Access : Coordinates: 50.228056, 16.766667 /
- Międzygórze is a great base for mountain trails
- Międzygórze was famous for its wooden buildings in the Tyrolean style. There are a lot of forests in the area, numerous rocks and, above all, tourist trails.
- In this location, in 2000, the European mountain running championships took place.
- One of the most modern stations of the Mountain Volunteer Emergency Service in Poland was established in Międzygórze.
- Międzygórze is a great base for trips to Mount Śnieżnik, which is the highest peak of the Śnieżnik Massif.
- Top sights in Międzygórze : The main tourist attraction in Międzygórze is the Wilczki Waterfall. / Garden of Fairy Tales – a tourist attraction for children in Międzygórze . The Fairy Tale Garden in Międzygórze is located on the slopes of Lesieniec Mountain. / Water Dam in Międzygórze / The branch church of the Holy Cross was built in 1911 as a Protestant church in the neo-Romanesque style as a foundation of Prince Friedrich Heinrich. Today it serves as a Catholic church and has a modern interior. / The parish church of St. Joseph was built between 1740 and 1742 as a burial church and rebuilt in 1920. / On the Góra Igliczna mountain lies the Maria Schnee pilgrimage church, which belongs to the Wölfelsdorf parish.
Go next : The nearest larger city is Kłodzko, 36 kilometers away. / The town of Bystrzyca Kłodzka /