Wroclaw Cathedral
Wroclaw Cathedral (Poland) - description, history, location. Exact address and website. Reviews of tourists, photos and videos. The Cathedral in Wroclaw is consecrated in honor of John the Baptist. This…

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Nine Polish cities you did not know about
You have already visited Warsaw, Krakow, Gdansk and other most tourist Polish cities and now do not know where to go? Fortunately, you can gain experience not only in the…

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Poland, Cieszyn: Castle Hill
Originally a Slavic settlement, later a defense castle, today it is a historical landmark with a park and views of the Czech Tesin, Silesian and Moravian-Silesian Beskids. At the beginning…

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Krakow nevertheless

Mariacki Church in Gdansk

The Mariack Cathedral in Gdansk is astounding and even slightly suppresses with its austere monumentality. Its construction, which began in 1343, took almost 160 years. The length of the cathedral is more than 100 meters, the height of the arches is about 30. This is the largest Gothic building in the city, the largest brick church in Europe and one of the largest European churches in general. The cathedral accommodates 25,000 people at the same time. Continue reading

Poland, Nedica – a village with a medieval castle and picturesque surroundings

Summer holidays are an ideal time for family trips, so today we invite you to one of them. Our goal will be the Polish village of Niedzica, located in the Spis region, near the border with Slovakia in the Lesser Poland Voivodeship.

Neditsa is located at a distance of about 2 kilometers from the state border, and almost 7 km from the nearest Slovak city – Spisska Old All. If you were going here through Poland, it is 2 km from New Targ, and 75 km from Krakow Krakow. Thanks to the construction of the dam and the interesting sights in the surrounding area, the village has become a popular tourist destination. Continue reading

Poland, Wieliczka I salt mine – history and modernity

World rarity in southern Poland attracts more than a million tourists annually to look into the womb of the earth. The salt world, which has arisen here over the centuries due to the extraction of salt, did not leave us indifferent either. So let’s go open the history and present of this exceptional place in the following lines.

Wieliczka Salt Mine is one of the most famous and most visited places among tourists in Poland. In 1978, the mine, as one of the first sites, was listed by UNESCO. Continue reading

Historical Museum of Warsaw
On May 28, 2017, after a two-year break, the doors of the Warsaw History Museum reopened to visitors. This event was marked by a bright holiday in the Market Square…

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Krakow - a city of talking stones
The university city of Krakow is the capital of the Lesser Poland Voivodeship in southern Poland. This is an amazingly beautiful town, living in a halo of history, art, culture…

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Poland, Warsaw - a forgotten city
The largest city in Poland and its capital - Warsaw - probably only a few will imagine how interesting to go. We were also skeptical at first, but the journey…

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Cathedral of St. Mary Magdalene in Wroclaw
The Cathedral of St. Mary Magdalene (Katedra sw. Marii Magdaleny) is a Gothic church located near the central market square of the city. It was built in the 13th century,…

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