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- Leksandrowa village in Poland located in Malopolska province in the Kreis bocheńskim, in the municipality of Nowy Wisnicz Lubomirski.
In the years 1975-1998 place administratively belonged to the province of Tarnowski.
The village is situated on the picturesque Wiśnickim, just behind the new Wiśniczem, provincial road No. 965 of Bochnia to Limanowa. Landscape typical for the Karpackie - gentle slope slashed parowami streams. The biggest of these is the fugitive Leksandrówka to Uszwicy (Vistula River basin). A rural development is the water between river basins Rto and Dunajec River Gorge - on the western side of the village has its source Polanka fugitive to Stradomki (west supply RTO).
Farm situated near the forest (50 m), away from the main highway (250 m) Limanowa - Nowy Wisnicz Lubomirski - Bochnia, with convenient access. To center a New Wiśnicz is 1.5 km.
- detached building in which there are two kitchen. One of them is a 4-person room with bathroom and kitchenette with full equipment. The second dwelling is a double room and 3-person, and a living room with kitchenette (full). The bathroom is common for these 2rooms.- TV reception.
- Offer family life.
- parking for cars.
- Walking to a nearby forest and the collection of mushrooms, blackberries etc.
- book collection, which comprises the guides,
farm is situated in a very attractive widokowo and historical area. Neighboring village, Nowy Wisnicz Lubomirski, was founded by Stanislaw Lubomirski in 1616 year. The most famous monument of Wiśnicz is the castle of the Lubomirski family originating from the XIV century. On the adjacent to the castle hill, Lubomirski built Barefoot Augustinian Friars that in XVIII century transformed in prison.
Nowy Wisnicz Lubomirski has strong traditions of artistic. Born here Juliusz Kossak, was here Stanislaw Wyspianski. But the most with Wiśniczem was associated Jan Matejko. Spend here each holiday in manor house Koryznówka , where is the master museum of Polish painting.
Deserve two nature: "Stones Brodzińskiego" - reserve Geology & Art - forestry, partial, of 10,34 ha constitute the picturesque group sandstone istebniańskiego with the surrounding them fragment forest porastającego Paprotna Hill. These rocks are currently natural monument inanimate nature.
The second is "Stone Mushroom" nature reserve inanimate nature of the status of the partial area is 1, 82 ha reserve was made in order to preserve the natural fragment buczyny Carpathian, together with the rock of unusual mushroom-shaped made of sandstone istebniańskiego.
With a stay with us, we also visit the salt mines in Wieliczka and Bochnia and monuments Lipnica Murowana, localities in hilly environment such as: market, the parish church of 1364, reconstructed in 1720.,wooden church in XV century with its antique authorities, polychrome 1500-1711. Furthermore roadside standing, which are so numerous anywhere in other regions of Poland.
Driving from Tarnow or Cracow Once we reach the Bochnia and turn in the direction of the Nowy Wisnicz Lubomirski. For Wiśniczem, after approximately 2 km away is the signpost Leksandrowa. Turn in the first turn right at the post. The holding is approximately 250 m.