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M34***68Auschwitz is a small town in southern Poland, and it was famous for the largest concentration camp built in Nazi Germany during World War II. At that time, the area under the control of the Auschwitz Concentration Authority of Nazi Germany was 40 square kilometres, with three main camps and 39 small camps spread throughout the southern part of Poland in the Siresia region. "The camp, which is surrounded by a fence and has a guard post, a gallows, a gas killing bath and a ovens, consists of Auschwitz I, Auschwitz II (Birkenau), Auschwitz III (Monowitz)," It's the site of Hitler's genocide.
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M34***68The Vilicika Salt Mine, located near Krakow, Poland, is a salt mine mined from the 13th century and one of the oldest in Europe. The salt mine has rooms, chapels, statues and underground lakes, like an underground city. There are many artworks, altars and sculptures carved with salt. The Viericka salt mine was the crystallization of medieval labor art. From the 14th century, the Vilicika Salt Mine became one of the mining cities. The 15th ~16th century was the heyday. The 18th ~19th century salt mine began to expand and became a famous salt capital in Poland. It was listed as a national monument in 1976 and was designated as one of the world cultural heritages by the United Nations in 1978.
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sculptorIt is one of the largest museums in Poland and represents almost all European architecture from the medieval period to the Renaissance and Baroque period. The Wawel Castle and Wawel Hill constitute the most historic and culturally significant sites in Poland. For centuries, they have been the residence of the King of Poland and the symbol of the Polish nation.
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Churches and Cathedrals
E50***85amazing, represent the polish culture and history. walking around the church is nice specially in the afternoon. must visit.
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Historical Site
M34***68Krakow's Grand Bazaar is the largest medieval square in Europe, and the most exciting place in Krakow, warm and vibrant, many people come to Krakow to experience the authentic local style of Poland.
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Churches and Cathedrals
E50***85beautiful place to hang out with friends, or family. the Archilochus monument is very interesting. and location is very nice. a must visit.

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Adam Mickiewicz statueKrakow,Poland

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Kazimierz (Jewish Quarter)Krakow,Poland

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Crown Treasury & ArmouryKrakow,Poland

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BarbakanKrakow,Poland

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Black PondTatra County,Poland

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Smok WawelskiKrakow,Poland

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