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The area of Małopolska, between Kraków and the Tatra Mountains, has retained much historic wooden architecture. (A number of the churches form a UNESCO World Heritage Site.) Rabka church, from the early 17th century, has become the Władysław Orkan Museum with exhibits ranging from local musical instruments to traditional Christmas decorations, cheese molds and a host of other items. In addition, the ornate Baroque interior of the church has been retained as part of the museum.
The following web-site
covers the wooden buildings of the area. If you don't understand Polish, try clicking on the brown button showing the 'Orawa, Podhale, Spisz i Pieniny' region which includes Rabka. Clicking the places on the map will show plenty of illustrations of the local wooden architecture; Dębno might be a good starting place.
Written Mar 18, 2010
Address: About 60km south of Kraków
This is a simple restaurant that serves Polish food.
Favorite Dish: *Szasz³yk Zbójnicki- A "brochette" of BBQ meat (beef) with onions and red pepper. Served with potatoes( grilled, fries or steamed)=)
*Try also the typical polish beetroot soup -Barszcz :) - With Ravioli inside or served with pancakes. Delicious!!
*Go for a specialty of southern Poland- The - Zurek - sour soup with sausages and eggs inside:))) My favourite:))
Updated Nov 1, 2002
Rabka is a place where we were celebrating New Year's Eve 2001/2002. So, the nightlife was really good!!!
Updated Nov 16, 2002