Address: Dietla 105, Krakow, Southern Poland, Poland | Condo
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This condo, located in the Kazimierz area of Krakow, is near The Planty, Ulica Florianska, Twelve Apostles, and Ulica Kanonicza.
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Dzień 11 - Kopalnie Soli, badanie i Polka

A travel blog entry by ourgreatescapes on Aug 23, 2014

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... Chapel. During the tour, we had a chance to visit 20 historic chambers, which were connected by 2 km of passages. Descent into the mine was by staircase (380 steps) to the 1st level (a depth of 64 metres), and our return to the surface was by lift, up the Danilowicz shaft from the 3rd level (a depth of 135 meters). The whole tour of the Salt Mine lasted about 2 hours.

We were partially delayed in getting in on our tour, as the richest man in ...

Krakow - Wieliczka Salt Mines

A travel blog entry by williams2013 on Dec 17, 2013

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... and working of a salt mine. Some salt mine fun facts: - this mine has always been staffed by specialist tradesmen, and never by prisoners, children or slaves (that must have been only the Russian ones!). It ceased operation as a working mine in 1996. - it has been open for tourism since 1774 (yes, Poland was doing salt mine tourism 4 years after Australia was colonised) - The mine goes underneath 80% of the city of Wieliczka ...

The Adventure of a Life Time!

A travel blog entry by maggiekr on Oct 22, 2013

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... there was a lot of modern art sculptures, St. Mary's Basilica, and Sukiennice (which is a giant building dedicated to souvenir shopping).
In Krakow, I saw a lot of magnificent churches that blew me away. My favorite was a Franciscan Church because, even though it was very humble looking on the outside, the stained class was superb. The color and detail were just marvelous.
Also, I love Polish food the most ...

Auschwitz-Birkenau, Poland

A travel blog entry by amy_green_22 on Aug 14, 2013

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... into 'work to be free'. This was a cruel irony as the majority of people worked until they died through starvation, torture and suffering. The barracks are eerie, cold and ooze with the calculating inflictions of the Nazi regime. The first sign I read, when entering one of the buildings, was: 'The one who does not remember history is bound to live it through it again'. You realise instantly that it is important to remember the past, no matter how horrific, because it happened ...

Slow and Steady

A travel blog entry by meganfisher on Jul 04, 2013

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... One of the main reasons that I came to Krakow was to see Auschwitz and Birkenau. They were worth the trip. I took the bus out early so that I wouldn't have to take a tour. If you arrive after 10, you have to take part in a tour, and then you don't go in all of the buildings and you have to be with a million other people. It was completely free to go before 10 and we could take our time. We went first to Auschwitz, and then Birkenau. The museum ...