Spisz – Not many people know that Czarna Gora and villages located on the east bank of river Bialka up to Niedzica are a part of Spisz, the region whose most part lies in Slovakia. Habitants of the region have their own costumes, traditions and language, which are a mix of mountain culture elements with hungerian and slovakian influences. It’s worthwhile to spend a day to get acquainted with the history and monuments of the region.
Architecture of churches in Frydman, Niedzica, Trybsz, Lapsze and Kacwin is characteristic for Spisz and cannot be seen in any other part of Poland. The church in Debno, built in XVth century, is an interesting object and the castle in Niedzica has a long and intriguing history.
At the Slovakian side you must visit the castle in Stara Lubovla, several kilometers from the border