Jaworze prides itself on the tradition of being a fashionable resort. Its origins date back to around the mid-nineteenth century. At that time, beautiful views, fresh air and delicious Žinčica, a drink made of sheep milk whey similar to kefir, attracted visitors from Bielsko, Cieszyn and further lying areas. They also appreciated the beautiful park, which is still the pride of the village as the Józef Piłsudski Spa Park. Old trees, bubbling water, playgrounds, an amphitheater and interesting sights make the visit to Jaworze a real pleasure.
The Roman Catholic Church dedicated to Divine Providence in Jaworze was founded by Arnold Saint Baron d'Anneaucourt Genoise in 1802. He was the first member of this family who was the owner of Jaworze. The church was erected in the Classicist style. From the outside, a centrally located, elegant dome merits attention. There is a parish cemetery next to the church. One section of the cemetery houses the tombs of the spa owners from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
The palace in Jaworze lies in a beautiful spa park, which now bears the name of Marshal Józef Piłsudski. The Classicist buildings were erected in the late eighteenth century, when the owners of the whole village were members of the Laszowski family. Soon, the local estate passed into the hands of the family of de Saint Genois d'Anneaucourt, who became famous for the establishment of a fashionable spa in Jaworze. Today, the palace houses the youth care centre.
The Evangelical Church located in Jaworze in Cieszyn Silesia, was built as one of the first after the Edict of Tolerance of Emperor Joseph II. Building The House of Prayer was successfully erected between 1782 and 1786. It was founded by the counts of Laschowski, who were the owners of Jaworze. The church lacks any definite style. In the churchyard Zygmunt and Jerzy Czop, the known restorers of the spa, are buried.
Jaworze is one of the villages of Cieszyn Silesia, which is particularly famous for its folklore and folk art, old crafts and traditions. In the 1990s, Mr. Zygmunt Podkówka started collecting old equipment in Jaworze Dolne, a district of the village. The collection soon turned into an open-air museum. The museum is constantly being developed. This place is worth a visit, and even foreigners already know about it.
Restauracja Hotelu Liburnia*** powstała w miejscu dawnego zakładu produkcyjnego – CEFANY. Przy aranżacji wnętrza archite...
Restauracja Hotelu Liburnia*** powstała w miejscu dawnego zakładu produkcyjnego – CEFANY. Przy aranżacji wnętrza architekt wykorzystał industrialny wystrój, który, w połączeniu z cegłą i nowoczesnymi dodatkami, stworzył miejsce o niepowtarzalnym klimacie – Restaurację Liburnia.