As 2018 begins to reach its climax, I’m under a bit of pressure to achieve my goal of visiting EVERY Polish UNESCO world heritage site by 31st December 2018. I still have 5 left and it’s already November! And 4 of the last 5 are tricky to get to. So this is my final Poland Poll of 2018. I will have a new challenge for 2018.
2017 – I visited every Province of Poland.
2018 – I am visiting every UNESCO World Heritage Site in Poland.
Four options of where to send me last to complete my jigsaw:
1.Lesser Poland’s Wooden Churches
The church pictured above is just ONE of the many wooden churches entered in a UNESCO site in lower/lesser Poland. Despite having been there about 20 times, I have never been to any of the churches on the list.
Located in both Germany and Poland, this huge park makes the list. It’s a tricky one to get to though, and will provide a challenge.
These Tservka churches also make the list and they are in the south of Poland near the Ukraine border.
I’ve actually been here before to the Centennial Hall but I didn’t go inside or take a photo of myself there, so I basically have no proof! So realistically I have to go back there to see it.
So get voting!