juki235Auschwitz concentration camp is a place to visit and have to go to. Going in to see the exhibit and talking about the feeling I felt like I could not finish writing a whole piece and really down. I felt like it should be a place for everyone to visit and history to be learned. A few hours of tour, besides being shocked by the dark past, and admiring the German attitude to history, there were many German tourists in the group, and the poignancy that the guide showed on his face in introducing the crimes of the Nazis. That is the right approach to history. Our neighbor, Japan, should really learn from them.
Energylandia is an amusement park in Poland. It is located in Zator in Lesser Poland, which is in southern Poland. It is approximately 50 kilometres away from Kraków and 335 kilometres away from Warsaw, Poland's capital city. Energylandia is the largest amusement park in the country, at 35 hectares. Energylandia opened on 14 July 2014. During its first year, it had three roller coasters: the Frutti Loop Coaster, Mars, and the Viking Roller Coaster. In 2015, three more roller coasters opened. These include the Energuś Roller Coaster (a Vekoma Junior Coaster), Roller Coaster Mayan (a Vekoma Suspended Looping Coaster), and Dragon Roller Coaster (a Vekoma Suspended Family Coaster). In 2016, the park opened Formuła, a launched roller coaster manufactured by Vekoma.
#energylandia is one of the biggest amusement parks in eastern Europe and also in #poland of course. The park offers many attractions for young and older people. It is very nice spot for a day during the summer season because it is only 1 hour driving from the main tourist city in the country - Krakow. So, if you go to Poland this place is a good idea.