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Rabczański promenade starts at ul. Chopin, next to the Concert Shell and runs along ul. John Paul II. It is a great place for walking and relaxing in pleasant surroundings. Right next to the promenade, little ponies are waiting for the little ones, on which you can take a short ride or pose for a photo.
The promenade also hosts cultural and sports events, including the start of one of the stages of the "Tour de Pologne" cycling race and the Małopolski Wyścig Górski.
Right next to the promenade there is a monument dedicated to the soldiers of the AK Union for Armed Struggle who died and murdered for their homeland in 1939-1945, and an obelisk commemorating soldiers from the Home Army Partisan Unit "Adam", Lieutenant Jan Stachura, who died during the battles with the German occupier.
At one end of the promenade there is another attraction in Rabka - a fountain with elephants. The fountain was built on a rectangular plan and its interior was filled with a colorful mosaic representing the coat of arms of Rabka-Zdrój. There are seven bronze elephant figures in the corners of the fountain. The family elephant is the favorite of the little ones visiting Rabka. All elephants were presented with their trunks raised, as a sign of happiness for the residents and spa visitors.
An additional attraction of the fountain are the "water-light-sound" shows. Great performances are created thanks to the synchronized changes of the water stream, colored lights and the soundtrack.