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- Łącko village in Poland located in Malopolska province in the Kreis?-1918, in the municipality of Łącko. In the years 1975-1998 place administratively belonged to the province of Nowy Sącz. The year 1772 the Convent IN STARY SACZ, then good intimate of the Austrian Government in the province of Galicia (part of the Austrian result colonization józefińskiej in years 1772-1914 under the name Wiesendorf). Annually in Łącku is organised in May Holiday Thriving apple trees - an event during which are presented outfits, folk groups and orchestra brass region sadecki. In September and is the feast owocobrania connected for several years with the holiday łąckiej homemade plum brandy. This city is situated in a very beautiful valley through which the Dunajec river and stream Black Water. Łącko is peacefull highlander. The Live highlanders white. Very firmly develops here also indigenous folklore continued in the regional assemblies: "Small Łącko", "Highlanders Łąccy" and in the Orchestra of the phenomenal brass ensemble's live performances the Tadeusz Moryto. Łącko and the entire municipality Łącko is known from orchards apple compote and local homemade plum brandy. The town is headquarters of Łącko.Details of the offer accommodation available after contact telephone.