Light industry constructions

The Textile Factory, Stráž nad Nisou 1

Stráž nad Nisou stands above the confluence of the Černá and Lužická Nisa Rivers and is first referred to in 1469 as Habendorf. The community began to develop in the second half of the 18th century, when the owner of the demesne Johann Christoph von Clam had a village built for flax weavers, stocking makers and other craftsmen under the name of Neuhabendorf. Both communities were united in 1914 and collectively renamed Stráž nad Nisou in 1946. The lordly court, surrounded by a wall, of which only the historically valued gateway remains, was found close to the Church of St. Catherine, built in 1599...

The Weavers Houses in Chełmsko Śląskie.

At the junction of the Zadrna and Meta rivers between the Krucze Mountains and Zawory at the height of 508 meters, there is Chełmsko Śląskie. This market settlement along its surrounding villages was given in 1289 by the Czech King Wacław II to the Prince of Świdnica and Jawor Bolko I. Half century later Chełmsko became the property of the Order of Cysterciansy from Krzeszów. Since that moment, Chełmsko would cast the abbey lot until 1810 owing the Cystercians its development as the town and the weaving centre...

The “Kamienne Domy” Housing Estate in Mysłakowice.

In 1839 the Prussian King Wilhelm III, who had his summer residence in Mysłakowice, ordered to build the mechanical flax mill called ”Flachsgarn-Maschinen Spinnerei und Weberei”. At the end of the XIX century it became the biggest industrial factory in the valley of Jelenia Góra...