The Leman’ Hill in Piaszno

One of the local inhabitants decided to provide his guests with a unique attraction that would allow them to see in full the beautiful Kashubia landscape. The 20 m tower, which is located at 220 m above sea level, allows visitors to see the gorgeous panorama, which includes the village of Tuchomie and Siemierzycka Hill, and if the weather permits, also Chojnice. The initiator of the idea used wood from his private forest in the construction. As stated by Mr. Leman, the host in question, the tower is geographically, halfway between the most famous towers in Europe: the Eiffel Tower in Paris, and the Moscow television transmitter. Fragments of Goth stone circles dating back to the 1st and 2nd centuries AD and a mound cemetery were also found on Mr. Leman’s property. Because of this, Mr. Lemen decided to build a full-scale reproduction of a Neolithic village of several huts and a palisade on his land. The tower, the village and the many cultural events organised here makes this an interesting tourist point, visited by numerous tourists and regional locals

Foto: M.Bieliński, Dep. Turystyki, UMWP



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