Brama Twardowskiego (Twardowski Gate) is a rock form, resembling an ogival gate, located in a picturesque area of the Wiercica river valley, a few miles from Złoty Potok. This rock, with a height of 4 m, is considered one of the most beautiful rocky outcrops of the Kraków-Częstochowa. This landmark of the northern part of the Polish Jura was named after Zygmunt Krasiński himself. While staying in Złoty Potok in the summer of 1857, Krasiński visited the area in some detail, and by the way gave the names of many of the local peculiarities.
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