THE COMMUNE OF PARADYŻ
The Commune of Paradyż is a picturesque location with great tourist potential, rich in culture and tradition. It is a rural commune located in the southwestern part of the Opoczno Poviat. Its centre is Paradyż - a village with origins dating back to the second half of the 17th century and connected with establishing the local Bernardine Monastery.
The most interesting monuments in the Paradyż Commune are a revitalised manor park and a nearby classicist chapel in Wielka Wola dating back to the 19th century. The commune of Paradyż owes its unique character to its hilly terrain and natural assets. Two rivers flow through the commune – the Czarna and its tributary – the Popławka.
The picturesque landscapes located on the Czarna River flowing in the north-western direction to join the Pilica River are an additional tourist attraction of the Paradyż Commune. The Czarna, a rich and clean river, is a habitat for many rare animal and plant species. The Hell Trail (Piekielny Szlak), located partly within the commune’s limits, with its rich recreational infrastructure, intended mainly for cycling and hiking enthusiasts, is yet another attraction for visitors.
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