Conference and Holiday Center Kocierz

Address: Beskidzka 206, Targanice, Southern Poland, 43-120, Poland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Beskidzka 206, Targanice.
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    A travel blog entry by watties42 on Jul 23, 2014

    ... There were over two hundred chambers carved out with the most ornate decorations. We only saw about twenty chambers, but some were enormous, the most lovely being a huge chapel where they actually hold concerts and weddings. It had huge chandeliers carved out of salt and you would have sworn the floor was tiles, but no... Salt. This tour took over three hours and we had to walk over two kilometres underground. Then ...

    Day Five

    A travel blog entry by daltamura on Jul 18, 2014

    ... 2 to 3 fences a meter apart before gaining access to the outside perimeter of the prison. These fences were Also electronic fences so any one touching them would have been electrocuted. ThEre were many instances where people committed subside by throwing themselves son to the fence to escape the trauma of the prison. The prison also had it,s own gas chamber where corpse and prisoners that were unable to continue to work were gassed and cremated. Strangely enough the camp ...

    The Wounds of Warsaw

    A travel blog entry by janlill on Jun 15, 2014

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    ... The Soviets were shooting people. Starvation set in. Every dog and horse had to be eaten. Underground leaders had to surrender. Despair, despair. Could not allow yourself to sit down and cry. Only weakling do that. 3/4 of underground army had died. One German officer wrote home "they fought better than we did". Hitlers orders to reduce Warsaw to rubble had succeeded. Only this made the Polish people realize that they had been sold down the River, when the ...

    Day 5

    A travel blog entry by suek287 on May 31, 2013

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    ... here was listening to the monks recite the hours. The last event of the day was a trip to the Wieliczka Salt mines. These mines are central to the history of Poland and were in operation from the 12th century until late 1900s. They are filled with chapels, a church and various statues all carved out of salt by the miners throughout the ages. I am so glad that I was able to see ...


    A travel blog entry by kebl2852 on Jul 31, 2010

    ... will be no photos to go with this entry because I chose not to take any out of respect.

    My greatest fear before visiting the museums was that I would not be moved by it but I think the displays were very sensitively put together and the combination of photographs, stories and items left over from the concentration camps gave a good impression of the horrors suffered there.

    Possibly the most shocking thing was the size of ...