The Stave Wooden Church Wang in Karpacz / Poland.

A great sight in Karpacz in Poland is the stave wooden church.
Its origin is from Norway. It's a gift to Karpacz.
I went there two weeks ago with my husband.

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Comment by Rose Iris Will on Friday

A good idea, SleePY, but I did not try to sing there.

Comment by TrAp on Friday

Nice church. I imagine  it will be a beautiful time to sing there.

Comment by Rose Iris Will on Thursday

Yes, MishaikhRobbie it's a beautiful view and architecture. Thanks for your comments.

Comment by Robbie on Thursday

What a superb architecture! Thank you for sharing and for providing information about Karpacz. :)

Comment by Roman on Wednesday

Thank you, Rose!

Comment by Mishaikh on September 12, 2018 at 12:09

Nice and charming view.

Comment by Rose Iris Will on September 12, 2018 at 9:09

Yes, Roman, it's calm there.

Now to your question:

Karpacz is a city in the Giant Mountains in the southwest of Poland. It is known as a ski resort. A dam built at the beginning of the 20th century regulates the Łomnica River that flows through the city. The 12th-century stave church Wang, which was converted from Norway, is located above Karpacz. Nearby there is access to the Giant Mountains National Park with its peaks and lakes. The path of the Polish-Czech friendship that crosses the border crosses the region.

And, yes, there is a small graveyard. For the people who had been important in relation to the church and their history.

Comment by Roman on September 11, 2018 at 23:13

Hi, Rose!

The place looks very calm and peaceful. But is there a cemetery near the Church?

And is it situated in Mountains? That name Karpacz sounds similar to Carpathian Mountains in Ukrainian language.

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