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Polish Pottery at Boleslawiec - Poland

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We are staying at Bolesawiec for a wedding and will be in the area for four days. We have heard that there are several outlets for Polish pottery and I have managed to read a little on the internet. I believe there are factory outlets as well as shops in Bolesawiec.
This will be a busy time catching up with family from around the world and being involved in wedding activities so we do not have a lot of time to check out all the shops.
I know some of you will say wait until you get there and ask the locals but would rather plan a little in advance so we can comfortably look at the pottery and get a chance to enjoy the area as well as the wedding activities.

Are there traditional and modern designs? Would like to look at both.
How many factory shops are there?
How many pottery shops are there in Bolesawiec and is there somewhere where I can get a map that marks them?

Would appreciate any comment.

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