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... dug out from Wieliczka earth in mid 13th century. (At least that's how the story goes?) Since then, there has been an abundance of salt in Poland. As a result, Kinga was made the patron saint of miners and was canonised by the Holy Father John Paul II in 1999.
We continued on hearing lots of interesting information and then entered the Chapel of St Kinga. There are reportedly hundreds of chapels within the mines as the miners were very religious ...
... a wall.
Pineapples on the tombstones means teacher.
Jews put rocks on the graves because Jews were in the desert for 40 years. The Rabbi said they needed 40 years to learn how to be free, and that is the reason for the 40-years in the desert. "From Moses topazes, there is none stronger in Israel," this is stated on some of the Rabbi's tombstones.
Schindler's List was filmed here in Krakow. No one wanted to live in Terezin after the war, so students, artists ...
... the good and the bad, the way he helped the Jews and his possible motivations for doing it. After his death he was recognised as one who is righteous by the Jews. After the tour we walked back to the Jewish square with Niko ( the Argentinian guy) and ate Zapiekanki - a halved baguette with pizza style toppings famous in Krakow. We had a smoked cheese with cranberry one and a salami one. After dinner we walked back to old town and walked through the ...
... 1) and met Gina at our hostel, Pink Panther, located in the Old Town area. I had no expectations for Krakow. I think that is why I immediately fell in love. It is now bumped to number two, next to Edinburgh on my list of favorite cities; student town, clean, beautiful countryside, lots to do if you want, chill, cultured with tons of history...and cheap (unlike Edinburgh, which uses the Pound!). We had to have traditional Polish cuisine for ...
... after eating a free breakfast at the hostel consisting of bland cereal and buttered toast (couldn't really complain as we had only paid 4 euros for a nights accommodation!), we headed out of the hostel and caught a minibus at 9am, along with 5 others (we were the youngest by some way).
The journey to Auschwitz took just under an hour and a half, during which we watched a very interesting, hour long documentary on the concentration camp provided by the tour company we were with. ...