Category: Poland

Things to do in Krakow: 3-day Itinerary; Dale Cullen; Amateur Traveler

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So you’re on your way to Poland! You’ll want to start planning your trip and working out the best things to do in Krakow. In fact, you’re probably thinking, “wouldn’t it be great to have an itinerary of what to see in Krakow in 3 days?”

Source: Things to do in Krakow: 3-day Itinerary – Amateur Traveler

One Man’s Quest to Save the Last Quiet Places on the Planet; Kathleen Rellihan; Newsweek

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Wooden Tserkvas of the Polish Carpathians; In Your Pocket

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‘Long Covid’ patients see results after salt therapy – 130 metres underground; AFP

One of the world’s oldest salt mines, Wieliczka in Poland is being used to help recovering Covid-19 patients breathe easier with salt therapy and a dose of fun.

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11 Wonders Of The Wieliczka Salt Mine, An Underground City Made Of Salt; Penny Zibula; TravelAwaits

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The Wieliczka Salt Mine is a top tourist attraction, but its true worth lies in its rich history of hard work, abiding faith, and artistic talent.

Source: 11 Wonders Of The Wieliczka Salt Mine, An Underground City Made Of Salt – TravelAwaits

Visit Swidnica, Poland – the Highlight of Lower Silesia; Kamila Napora; My Wanderlust

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Swidnica, Poland is a highlight of the Lower Silesia. It’s full of history, beautiful architecture and home to UNESCO site. Check it out!

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Meet The Largest Brick Castle In The World: Malbork Castle; Sharjeel T; Wonderful Engineering

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Advertisement The Castle of the Teutonic Order in Malbork is a 13th-century Teutonic castle and fortress located near the town of Malbork, Poland. It is one of the largest castles in the world measured by land area and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The castle is a classic example of a medieval fortress and, on […]

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Researchers learn previously unknown identities of Auschwitz prisoners; Ed Wight; Daily Mail

Researchers searched over 160,000 documents concerning the fate of around 30,000 men and women held in the camp where over 1 million people were murdered by the Nazis.

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Malbork Castle Guided Tour from Gdansk; Booking.com

Find out about Malbork Castle Guided Tour from Gdansk like business hours, location, and events. Book tickets online with free cancellation and skip-the-line access!

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Auschwitz: Where Work Once Set You Free. But Only Upon Death; Eric MacKenzie Lamb; The St Kitts Nevis Observer

Usually, Eric MacKenzie Lamb’s travel pieces feature destinations which consist of a combination of stunning natural beauty, an off the beaten track location, as well as things to do and see- all of which, one hopes, leaves readers with a positive sense from learning  at least something they hadn’t known before.

Source: AUSCHWITZ: WHERE WORK ONCE SET YOU FREE. BUT ONLY UPON DEATH. – The St Kitts Nevis Observer

Liberation of Auschwitz: where is the Nazi concentration camp – and who liberated it during the Holocaust?; Matt Brooks; Scotsman

Auschwitz’s victims and their families are remembered on Holocaust Memorial Day…

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Webinar to mark 40th anniversary of Warsaw’s Old Town’s UNESCO listing; Polish Press Agency

International experts will mark the 40th anniversary of adding the Historic Centre of Warsaw to the UNESCO’s World Heritage List during an online seminar to be held on October 21.

Source: Webinar to mark 40th anniversary of Warsaw’s Old Town’s UNESCO listing

Europe Travel: The 15 Coronavirus-Safest Christmas Trips According To European Best Destinations; Cecilia Rodriguez; Forbes

Europe Travel for Christmas: An official list of beautiful European cities that will put on the best and safest Christmas markets for 2020.

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Visiting Malbork Castle, Poland – the Largest Castle in the World; Kami

Malbork Castle in Poland is the largest castle in the world and the UNESCO gem. Click to learn all about visiting Malbork Castle.

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Zamosc, Poland – a perfect Renaissance town and the UNESCO gem; Kami; My Wanderlust

Zamosc, Poland was designed as a perfect Renaissance town. Here you will find all about visiting Zamosc, a real UNESCO gem.

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From Krakow to Wieliczka Salt Mines: 3 Best Ways to Get There; Diana Bocco; PlanetWare

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Wondering Where to Stay in Warsaw? (Try These in 2020); Ana Pereira; The Broke Backpacker

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A salt mine in Poland contains a chapel and chandeliers made of salt; Claire Toureille; Daily Mail

The Wieliczka Salt Mine, near Krakow, was built during the 13th century and is entirely carved in salt. It contains 2,000 rooms, a breath-taking chapel, function chandeliers and a lake.

Source: A salt mine in Poland contains a chapel and chandeliers made of salt

There’s A Salt Mine In Poland With Underground Lakes, Chapels, And Chandeliers Made Of Salt And It Looks Unreal; Liucija Adomaite & Mantas Kačerauskas; Bored Panda

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Inside an ancient Polish salt mine that has underground lakes, fully carved chapels, and chandeliers made of salt; Mia Jankowicz; Business Insider

Salt has been dug in Poland’s Wieliczka mine for 700 years. The UNESCO world heritage site boasts chapels, salt carvings, and underground lakes.

Source: Inside an ancient Polish salt mine that has underground lakes, fully carved chapels, and chandeliers made of salt

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