Penitential cross Gola Świdnicka

Gola Świdnicka
The penitential cross was made between the 14th and 16th century. It stands near the road from Karskowa to Gola Świdnicka. It stands out among many other penitential crosses in the Lower Silesia due to its shape. A legend associated with the corss suggests that it was made by a shepherd as a punishment for killing a butcher who was trying to steal one of his sheep.

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