Castle Mountain Nature Reserve
The reserve covers 21 ha of forest located on the top and eastern slopes of Góra Zamkowa , rising to a height of 360 m above sea level on the west bank of the Bóbr River.
Most of the reserve's forest stands in the country's natural habitat, which is very rare and endangered in Europe
The castle was founded in the second half of the 12th century. According to another theory, the stronghold was built by prince Henry the Bearded, who resided here after 1201
Penitential crosses are monolithic, simple and raw stone forms in the shape of a cross erected by killers in the place of murder