I edition of the tournament
U12, U14, U16, U18 (BOYS);
G12, G14, G18 (GIRLS)
Number of teams: 100
A magnificent palace from the first half of the 17th century, one of the most valuable examples of a Polish residence from the Vasa era. Currently, it houses the National Museum in Kielce. The palace and its surroundings (the powder tower, garden, granary at ul. Zamkowa 2) as a complex have been entered in the register of immovable monuments.
The inanimate nature reserve covering the Kadzielnia hill (295 m above sea level) is located between the streets: Krakowska, Gagarina, Al. Legionów and Pakosz. This place is extremely interesting due to the fact that it is made of limestone rocks with calcite veins, in which numerous fossils of marine animals have been preserved. The reserve is the largest concentration of caves and grottos in the region, you can observe various karst forms here. The longest cave – Cave Szczelina is 140 m long. The red city trail runs through Kadzielnia.
The palace is one of the most valuable monuments of the city, it is located in the city center, in the vicinity of the City Park. Currently, it houses the House of Creative Communities. In the vicinity of the palace there is a garden with a well with a roof, a memorial pole, sculptures, occasional exhibitions, and in the summer, additionally, a cafe under umbrellas. The whole is surrounded by a wall with loopholes. A small tower called the “Gossip Girl” is integrated into this wall.