The park in its new form

Spa park in Horyniec-Zdrój

Although the origins of the spa date back to the 19th century, and the healing properties of the local waters were said to have been used even earlier by King John III Sobieski and his wife Marysieńka, the spa park was not built until the late 1920s and early 1930s. It was established on marshy meadows through the efforts of Stanisław Karłowski. In the 21st century, a revitalisation was carried out, as a result of which the park gained an axial arrangement dividing it into two halves. In the southern half, new fountains with healing water, walking trails, a maze and skate park and a playground were created. The northern one, on the other hand, maintained the character of an English garden with a natural arrangement of a recreational clearing layout. The park also includes a pump room for mineral waters, a café and an amphitheatre.

A river flowing in a park among asphalt alleys and trees
A wooden path in a park with trees visible in the background

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