Jawor wedding hall

And they lived happily ever after.

outdoor wedding reception, Dwór Korona Karkonoszy, Sosnówka near Karpacz

Wedding hall - Jawor,
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The Church of Peace included on the UNESCO List of Cultural Monuments, a beautiful town hall from the 14th century, defensive walls, a tower and penitential crosses - Jawor is a city rich in monuments. There is also no shortage of people with warm hearts who want to seal their love during the wedding and then celebrate with their loved ones.

However, they do not always choose their home city. The Jawor wedding hall is just one of the options. Wedding halls in Lower Silesia there is no shortage of it. Parties are often held in beautiful mountain surroundings, just a few dozen kilometers from Jawor. A wedding in the mountains it's always a great choice!

Jawor yesterday and today

Sycamore is a city located in southwestern Poland, in the Lower Silesian Voivodeship. Its history dates back to the Middle Ages, and today it is a picturesque town that attracts tourists from all over the country and abroad.

Jawor was founded in the 12th century and received city rights in the 14th century. In the Middle Ages, the city was an important trade center, and its inhabitants were primarily engaged in crafts and textile production. The area around Jawor is also the birthplace of the famous Polish philosopher and mathematician, known to the world as Witelon. An interesting historical fact is that the Duchy of Jawor was an independent post-Piast principality for the longest time. Later, Jawor remained under Czech and Prussian rule. In the 19th century, the city began to develop rapidly. New roads and bridges were built, as well as modern buildings such as town hall and church of st. Giles. During this period, the city was also an important industrial center, with factories producing agricultural tools and machinery. During World War II, Jawor was heavily damaged. After the war, the city was rebuilt, and in the 1960s and 1970s it became an important industrial center with numerous production plants.

Jawor today

Today, Jawor is a picturesque town that attracts tourists from various parts of the world. One of the city's main attractions is Peace Church, which was built in the 17th century and is one of the best-preserved religious monuments of that period in Europe. The Church of Peace is listed on UNESCO World Heritage List.

Jawor also has many other monuments such as Town hall from the 18th century, tower of the Mill Gate from the 16th century and monastery of the Discalced Carmelites from the 17th century. There are also many parks and squares in the city where you can relax and enjoy beautiful views. The city is also an important cultural center, hosting numerous festivals, exhibitions and concerts. Jawor is also an important transport hub, from which you can easily get to other parts of Poland.
Its greatest advantage is its current inhabitants. They create an atmosphere friendly to everyday life, they are open and hospitable.


The market square and the town hall in Jawor, aerial view
tenement houses with arcades Jawor

Jawor attractions

City of Jawor it is one of the pearls of Lower Silesia. It is a place with rich history and beautiful architecture, surrounded by picturesque landscapes. One of the most important tourist trails in the area is the Piast Castles Trail, which leads through many historic castles and palaces in Lower Silesia.

What is worth seeing during your stay in Jawor? Wooden Church of Peace, which was included on the UNESCO World Heritage List. It is a unique monument that was created in the 17th century on the initiative of Prince John Christian II von Liechtenstein. This church is one of the most important examples of Baroque architecture in Poland and Europe. Inside the church there are many valuable works of art.

Another place worth visiting in Jawor is Regional Museum. It is located in an 18th-century building of a former evangelical school. In the museum you can see many interesting exhibits that tell about the history of the city and the region. Noteworthy are, among others, the exhibition on the history of the Church of Peace and the collections related to local crafts.

Market in Jawor is one of the most beautiful places in the city. There are historic tenement houses and a fountain, which is one of the most important architectural elements of the city. Another attraction of the city of Jawor is Castle of the Jawor Princes 14th century, which served as a princely residence for many centuries. Currently, various types of events are organized in the castle the parties cultural, concerts and exhibitions.


The castle in Jawor, view from above

Place of Special Moments ♥

Choosing a place to organize a wedding reception is one of the most important points on the list of preparations for this big day. When you narrow your criteria too much, Jawor wedding hall may not meet your expectations. The city, despite its many advantages, offers limited choice.

Voivodeship Lower Silesia is considered by many young couples to be the Polish capital of weddings precisely because of the rich offer. Both in terms of places and services related to the wedding industry. And so wedding Wroclaw and the surrounding area is definitely an option worth considering.

Therefore, it is worth looking around and checking what each facility has to offer. Dwór Korona Karkonoszy, located in Sosnówka near Karpacz, is not only beautiful interiors and views, but also a comprehensive wedding organization and many additional services. The popularity of this place is proven by the almost 1,000 events organized so far partiees and 3,500 written references.

If you dream of a unique wedding, you are in the right place.