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POLPOL-DKarpacz

Górny

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Strietzel-Schanze:

K-Point: 30 m
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1920
Year of destruction: 1968
Status: destroyed

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History:

After World War I, the to Karpacz (German Krummhübel) belonging mountain village Karpacz Górny, also called Bierutowice or in German Brückenberg, was established as the highest altitude climatic spa and winter sports destination in the Silesian Giant Mountains. With its snow-reliable altitude of more than 800 m and Vang church, a norwegian stave church which was bought by the Prussian king and moved there in 1840-42, a small but profitable spa town for the upper society developed.
During the age of up-coming winter sports activities, "Strietzel-Schanze" and the competitions organized on it contributed to the attractivity of the town. The ski jumping hill was rebuilt after the war by the vice-champion of the world in 1938, Stanisław Marusarz. In the 70s, its devastation started, and now the only remnants are the foundations of the inrun. The stave church still remained as a famous landmark of Karpacz.

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