Hotel Aria Sosnowiec

Address: Kresowa St. 5/7, Sosnowiec, Southern Poland, 41-200, Poland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Kresowa St. 5/7, Sosnowiec.
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Travel Blogs from Sosnowiec

1st birthday outside India ( 3 UNESCO WHC Sites)

A travel blog entry by arifuddin.ahmed on Jul 10, 2015

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... They told me that they were also visiting the salt mines but by train and the Polish girl helped me get a train ticket instead. I got a ticket valid for 6 hours as it would help me in availing of the return journey as well! Coincidentally we (including their friend - a guy from Ecuador) were in the same English guided tour group at the salt mines.

For me Wieliczka Salt Mine reminds me of that part of the Michael Palin travel ...

Auschwitz, part 2

A travel blog entry by laurenmichaud on Oct 18, 2014

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... chamber and other scenes of of their crimes. Their success was partial and the remains have been preserved for posterity.

Zyklon B gas canisters that held the pesticide used to gas those sent to Auschwitz and other death camps

This is the remains of one of five crematoria, attached to the gas chambers in the above photographs, which the SS attempted to destroy. This is one of the largest where 1,500 people a day could be ...

Aushwitz Birkenau concentration camp

A travel blog entry by kiwisabroad on Jun 27, 2014

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Aushwitz Birkenau is a place that should be visited at least once in a life time. It is hard to put in to words as it is something you need to see for yourself. Here are a few pictures of what the camp looks like today. We have learnt a lot of history while travelling Europe both interesting and ...

A Monument to Despair

A travel blog entry by jonpoland on Mar 26, 2014

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... the wall where prisoners were lined-up and shot for plotting escapes or aiding other prisoners. As I was finishing reading about it, a tour guide walked up next to me and began describing the significance of the wall to his audience, in German.

I had to fight the impulse to cringe. I had just spent the last few hours trying to imagine what it was like to have gone through that experience (I started at Birkenau, which I ...


A travel blog entry by onourway on Jul 13, 2013

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... br> We will say this: Never underestimate the human capacity for anything. Do something to help humanity everyday. As you fall asleep at night, and when you wake up in the morning, be grateful for what you have. Go out of your way to challenge yourself to understand a person, place or thing you don’t immediately relate to. Be active for what’s important to you. Remember that genocide and the violation of body rights continue ...