Sunday, 10 July 2016


Ślęża (latin: Monte Silentii, in 1945-1948 Sobótka, German. Zobtenberg) - the highest mountain massif of Ślęża and the whole Sudeten Foreland, rising to a height 718 m above mean sea level. Despite the low altitude, the massif has an impressive appearance due to a significant height relative over 500 m. Ślęża belongs to the Crown of Polish Mountains and the Crown Sudetenland.