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The Lower Silesia Monument’s Miniatures Park has been established in Kowary in the neighborhood of a carpet factory. The goal is to create a euroregion information centre. Visitors of the Park have the unique opportunity to get familiar with monuments reproduced precisely in 1:25 scale.

  • 58-530 Kowary, ul. Zamkowa 9
  • tel. +48 75 75 222 42, +48 661 699 699
  • Open daily:
  • 09:00 - 18:00
News

Just before the weekend we presented for the first time the miniature of one of the largest lightvessels that ever served in the Baltic sea, the lightvessel "Adlergrund". Built in 1:10 scale you can easily see even the smallest details, which were perfectly modeled by our artists. We invite you to our Miniature Park in Kowary where you can see the lightvessel.

Our newest miniature, the lightvessel Adlergrund, arouses widespread media interest.

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Yesterday our newest miniature was completed, the pre-war period lighthouse Krynica Morska. The original lighthouse was unfortunately blown up 1945. Only in our park have the chance to admire a true replica. Currently, the miniature is still at the entrance of our miniature park in Kowary in the Giant Mountains, but will soon begin the long journey to the coast to the miniature park in Niechorze.

Despite the snow, we invite you to our Miniature Park!

A few days after the unveiling of our newest miniature, the Palace of Jilemnice, a video was released that shows the entire event. The picture was taken by Czech Television.


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On 10/22/2012 in the early morning hours our Miniature Park was visited by a Czech delegation from Jilemnice. A few days after the big unveiling of our miniature of the palace Jilemnice some guests, who also participated in the unveiling ceremony, visited us to see how the palace has settled among the other historical monuments.

On 10/19/2012 was the big revelation of our miniature of the palace Jilemnice. The miniature was presented at the main entrance of the original palace as the highlight of the entire ceremony. Among the many guests was the Director of the museum - Jan Luštinec and the mayor of Jilmenice. The unveiling of the miniature was part of a regional exhibition of the painter Václav Horacka. A room in the museum in the old brewery building was filled with his works, and in the middle was our miniature, which gained most of the attention. Here are some pictures of the festivities.

Recently representatives of the TV station TVP Wrocław and the Czech TV came to our Miniature Park. The founder and owner of the park, Marian Piasecki, showed them the beautiful park and the various miniatures. This time, the representatives came back "armed" with cameras, microphones and a small, remote controlled flying object with a camera installed to capture the charm of our park and to interview Marian Piasecki. The journalists also visited our model studio to see how we work on our new miniatures among others a lightvessel, which will soon be presented in our Miniature Park of the Polish Lighthouses in Niechorze. The report will be broadcasted shortly on TVP Wrocław.

Today our Miniature Park was visited by representatives of the TV station TVP Wrocław and the Czech Television. They travel all over the Czech border in search of attractions that are not always found on the front pages of guidebooks, but still worth a visit. They were amazed about our park and will return soon.

Today his Grace Bishop Dr. Stefan Cichy visited in company of Bishop Alexander Kaszkiewicz our Miniature Park. Marian Piasecki, the creator and owner of the Lower Silesia Monuments Miniature Park, accompanied the guests through the park.

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