• by Federico with OddUrbanThings

    First built in the 14th century, the castle went through some dreadful times. As you may already know, the Royal Castle – and the entire old town in Warsaw – was completely destroyed by Nazi Germany during WWII and rebuilt later on......

     

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  • by: The Twisted Red LadyBug

    If ever you are in Poland, when you are in the Silesian region, you must not miss Pszczyna. It is also know as "The Pearl of Princess Daisy" and it boasts of the Polish version of the Versailles palace ;) but most of all, it is a place where time has seemed to stand still....

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  • by: The Twisted Red LadyBug

    (...) Krakow is one of the most visited cities in Poland, yet not many know that only a stone throw away from the city you can have one - day trips that can totally blow your mind, recharge your batteries and make you thirst for more (...)

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  • By Polish Origins

    Near the Tatra mountains and the Podhale region, there is another mountain range, much, much smaller but equally picturesque and interesting. These are the Pieniny Mountains, famous among the tourists for Dunajec river rafting. ..

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  • by True Nomads @truenomads.com

    Visiting Poland can be an extremely rewarding experience for history enthusiasts, since this amazing country in Central Europe boasts with some of the most amazing castles in the world....

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  • By Keith Jenkins @Velvet Escape

    ... The castle’s grim and mysterious past come to life in the underground tunnels, many of which have reinforced concrete walls. There are remnants of unfinished construction work as well as the elevator shaft that was, supposedly, built to transport the Führer from the castle to the underground complex...
     

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