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:
  • 10:00 - 16:00

All models exposed in the Park were hand-built in the park's workshop. All the time we work at next models.


The work at "Strzecha Akademicka" Hostel
The work at "Dar Pomorza


We use various materials. These are the newest plastics and synthetic materials, metals like copper and steel, as well as natural stone, mostly the sandstone.


Sandstone brick at the entrance to the church in Mysłakowice
The weathered copper roof
Stone church wall at Konopnicka street in Jelenia Góra
The fine finish of house's window


The models in our park have even the smallest details worked out, such as the pigeon sitting on the window sill of the Wrocław Town Hall or the putti above the figure of Blessed Virgin Mary on the facade of the Krzeszów Basilica.


Konopnicka street in Jelenia Góra...
... and its 25 times smaller model
The palace in Łomnica and its 25 times smaller model

The most valuable source of information about the objects are the archives in which there are collected building plans but quite often it is difficult to reach these informations. Before model is built we create extensive photo documentation allowing us to reproduce all details.


The plans of Hauptmann's house
Castle in Łomnica at the plans from the archive
Castle in Wojanów


Using the best quality tools with great effort and precision we build these small wonders of architecture. We try to recreate the appearance of models from their prime, which often makes them look even more beautiful than their originals.


Part of the workshop's equipment
New model is being built in the workshop


The perfection of models built in our workshop was appreciated by many specialists who visited our park to learn the way they were made.

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