Krzyżowa is a village in Silesia, the sauthern Poland. The historical palace is now used by the Krzyzowa Foundation for Mutual Understanding in Europe (Fundacja Krzyżowa ). The nearby Krzyżowa was meeting spot for one of the well-known groups of anti-fascist movement. Wooden Churches of Peace in Świdnica and Jawor, both of half-timber construction, were built by Silesian Protestants and are included on UNESCO World Cultural Heritage List.