John Paul II Cultural Center for Ecumenism in Myczkowce | John Paul II Cultural Center for Ecumenism in Myczkowce |
Wooden sacred objects in miniature, a walk in the footsteps of the Bible and a small zoo

The main attraction here is the Miniature Park, presenting models of 140 wooden churches and Orthodox churches from the Polish-Slovak-Ukrainian border. A tourist walking among them like a giant can learn about the variety of styles of sacred architecture and become familiar with the presented facilities.

A little further away is the Biblical Garden with vegetation typical of the Middle East region, described in the Holy Bible. A walk here reminds one of a trip to the Holy Land.

For lovers of fauna, a mini zoo has been created, the inhabitants of which are native species (deer, fallow deer) and exotic animals (llamas, African goats, parrots). There is also a chance to ride horses for recreational purposes or hippo therapy .

The center has been serving Caritas of the Rzeszów Diocese since 1994. It has leisure activities for the whole family.

Find out more about the center here.


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Main photo: K. Gołębiewska