The Kawęczyn commune is located in south – northern part of the the Wielkopolskie Voivodeship (Great Poland Province), within the lowlands belt called Kotlina Wielkich Dolin (the Basin of the Great Valleys) on the Wielkopolskie (Great Poland) Plains, at the state road nr 83 (Turek – Sieradz). The Teleszyna river’s landscape runs through the commune’s grounds, being part of the Landscape Protection Area of Uniejów.
In Kawęczyn, there is a park 6 ha, located by the late-classical manor house from the mid-19th century. In the park, there is a hornbeam and lime avenue, having 30 hornbeam trees and 50 lime trees each 100 – 300 cm in perimeter, being at present a natural monument. The area of Kawęczyn Commune was chosen by the black stork, as his nesting-site, which is an unusual ornithological event since the species is very rare and timid. Thanks to this species, one of a commune distinctive ornament are black stork`s nests, which number is 19.
Hotheads of historical buildings, visiting Kawęczyn commune should have in minds to visit:
Not each commune can boast of emblem connected with its territory. The Kawęczyn commune has as many as two emblems. One of them is the black stork, previously mentioned – the second are horses.
There are two studs in the Kaweczyn community: the “Skarbiec” Stud in Młodzianów – where the Hucul (Carpathian) ponies are bred (this breed, due of small number of specimens and facing extinction became legally protected by the international organization for preserving animal genetic reserves) and the other one in Żdżary, which has gone into driving and horseback riding on the horses of the Wielkopolska (Great Poland) breed.
Kawęczyn Commune is famous for numerous social – cultural enterprises, taking up for the integration of inhabitants. Additional trump, as well as unquestionable attraction for both local society and tourists are studs, located in the area of commune and contests, organized for enthusiasts of horsemanship. The most important events are: