Hostel Rynek 7
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... wooden casing that support remote vaults and contemplative chapels.
The salt from Wieliczka has been around since the earliest of times: Over the 700 years of mining more than 7.5 million cubic meters of space was excavated. Today, the mine encompasses 9 levels, 245 km of tunnels as well as 2391 chambers.
... but this is partly because before the war
the site was Polish Army Barracks.
After the museum, we decide to travel into Czech Republic and part-way to Prague. We head across the border and on our way to Olomouc ("Ollo-Motz"). The weather has deteriorated as we have got further into Czech Republic, and we now enter a bizarre weather system which houses lightning in the clouds to the right, dark black night-time-esque clouds ...
... Wow. This made me feel so guilty. I never knew of this fact. The so-called Canada warehouse contained piles of clothing, glasses, dentures, artificial limbs, suitcases and shoes. One of the things that was really hard to see was the 2 tons of hair shaved from victims. Yes, human hair. It was used to make industrial felt and made into socks and other types of clothing for cold weather. It was a hard day to take all this in. The exhibit of children’s shoes ...
... the St Mary's church one of which is significantly taller than the other which is really odd for a church. The reason is because the church is such a big building, that before it was built the city only agreed to its construction on the condition that one of the towers was to be owned by the city & it had to be taller. It was to be used as a watch tower & provided a 360° view of the city. The walk continued on through the old Jewish quarter ...
... bad economy.