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Poland, Wieliczka – The Realm of Salt
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Published: 4.4.2019

In the south of Poland is the picturesque town of Wieliczka, which offers many beautiful sights. You can see the castle Zupny Castle, the museum with the largest collection of salt caves in the world, the historic Rynek Górny Square with the Przychocky Palace or the parish church of St. Klementa. However, most visitors go to the ancient depths of the city - salt mines. This unique world is visited by millions of travelers, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and offers several sightseeing tours where you can admire the work of nature associated with human aspirations.

 

Text: Oskár Mažgút

Photos: Anna Nociarova

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