Jelenia Góra Valley in Poland is a big valley at the Silesian northern side of the Western Sudetes and next to Kłodzko Valley the largest intramontane basin of the Sudetes. It is situated at an altitude of 250–400 meters above sea level and covers an area of 273 km2. In the 19th century, the lovely landscape attracted the Prussian high nobility, which built magnificent palaces, manors and parks. The enormous number of stately homes turned the valley into one of the most important garden landscapes in Middle Europe.
The palaces and landscape parks of the Jelenia Góra valley represent one of Poland's official national Historic Monuments, as designated September 20, 2011. Its listing is maintained by the National Heritage Board of Poland.
Address 8 1 Maja, Mysłakowice 58-533, Poland
Coordinates 50°50'41.592" N 15°46'45.954" E