Conference and Holiday Center Kocierz

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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Travel Blogs from Targanice

The Wounds of Warsaw

A travel blog entry by janlill on Jun 15, 2014

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... 1 August 1944, the citizen army took to the streets. Timing was important. The Poles wanted to free Warsaw themselves. They had 40 000 fighters, with no heavy armor of arms, only homemade. Flame throwers fashioned from garden hoses, and grenades made from German bombs. Civilians and children helped running below the level of the armored cars fire. The freedom fighters liberated the camps, where a few thousand Jews were found, emancipated, who couldn't believe ...

How salty are you?

A travel blog entry by janlill on Jun 14, 2014

19 photos

... built the largest underground church - 3 men, took 70 years. Where massive shade liners of pure crystal salt are suspended high up in the church. And carved scenes from the last supper and other biblical scenes are carved in the walls of the salt. And when a torch is put against the walls The purity of the salt is shown. We use the word 'awesome' far too glibly This salt mine was truly Spectacular Truly Awesome. Was reminded If the salt has lost its saltiness, of what worth is ...

Day 5

A travel blog entry by suek287 on May 31, 2013

15 photos

... 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 ...

Auschwitz- Oswiecim

A travel blog entry by rachelniewiada on Jul 03, 2011

4 comments, 5 photos

... taking place there).

The feeling was surreal, but I'm sure you can imagine. So to start off, I'll give you some background about the concentration camp to refresh your memory.

The name Auschwitz is German and the camp was given it's name from the city where it's located: Oswiecim (in Polish). Auschwitz actually consists of three concentration camps: Auschwitz I, Auschwitz II- Birkenau, and Auschwitz III- Monowitz. ...

Never Again

A travel blog entry by roscoe2009 on May 02, 2010

4 comments, 24 photos

... noticeably hitting on our guide and I overheard him, while standing next to one of the ponds containing ashes ask her if she would like to go out with him sometime. She responded that it was neither an appropriate time or place for such a question and he skulked off toward the exit.

After the group dispersed, I made may way along a path which led into the forest surrounding the camp and coming upon a clearing saw another building far in the distance that seemed ...