A guide to the tourist attractions
of Lublin and Transcarpathia
COMICS. Two cultures, one Europe ... that is a journey through the monuments of Lublin and Transcarpathia in Polish and Ukrainian.
We invite you to read.
BOOKLET IN THREE LANGUAGES
Lublin region - the land of fertile soil, Roztocze hills, aromatic dishes, hospitality and tradition, which is a loud clash of both cultures, the effects of which still delight visitors. This is how the first chapter of the brochure begins and then takes us to Transcarpathia. We invite you to read.
MULTIMEDIA PLATFORM (MAP)
Lublin and Transcarpathia. What do these seemingly remote regions have in common? The mountainous areas of Uzhgorod in Zakarpattia and sometimes only the hills of Lublin, Kazimierz and the green Roztocze that stand out from the lowlands? We are not united by a common past, because we have little common history, architecture, cuisine and language are different.
GET TO KNOW THE LUBLIN CASTLE
The castle was built in the 12th century with the establishment of the Lublin castellany. However, in the fourteenth century, a brick castle was built, surrounded by a defensive wall. It took place during the reign of King Casimir the Great, who „found Poland wooden and left it brick. The castle enjoyed the interest and protection of the Jagiellonian dynasty, as it was situated on the royal route from Krakow to Vilnius, thus constituting a temporary residence.