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... for centuries. The mine has been worked as a source of rock salt since the late 13th century. Spread over 9 levels, it has 300 km of galleries, connecting more than 2,000 excavation chambers. Over the centuries, miners have established a tradition of carving sculptures out of the native rock salt.
UNESCO World Heritage Site 1978
If you want to see what amazing accomplishments can be done by the hands of people, visit the Wieliczka Salt Mines in Poland. Included in Unesco's World Heritage List in 1978, this underground labyrinth of tunnels and chambers took over 700 years to complete. The mine contains nine levels (the deepest being 327m underground) and stretches over 300km, all hewn by hand from solid salt. Although it is no longer used today, tourist are ...
... from survivors. Jack spoke of the SS officer that treated him with a little humanity. Unfortunately, accounts report his type were the exception, not the norm. Jack looked for him after the liberation, offering to testify, he was gone. Killed. In American Jewish Culture, we say "never again" like we actually believe it. If we really believed this, then we wouldn't continue to allow it to happen. Serbia. Sudan. Syria. and the list goes on ...
... boosting the stock price of Švytury's we took in a visit to a famous sports bar and just happened to meet probably the 2nd most famous Lithuanian getting around, ex-player and bar owner Sarunas Marciulonis. After hearing we were from Australia and "knew all about him" his reaction was "oh so you are here visiting relatives then?". He was taken aback when we said "nope, we are hear to watch Lithuania play basketball!". So yep, we were and that's ...
... hay that is being made for them.
Krakow very much the same as it was on my last visit 10 years ago although they have moved the bus station. Not far ( 100 meters ), but enough to make me a little puzzled when I first arrived. I soon sorted that though with some pretty good help from the signage pointing me to the old town and passing the old bus stop on the way. There is big shopping mall now ...