Monday, 24 September 2012
Known as the wintertime capital of Poland, Zakopane is a leisure time – spot also during summer seasons for many holidaymakers. Located on the Malopolska voivodeship of Poland is in the neighbourhood of the border with Slovakia. You can hit it within 2-3 hours from the city of Krakow by car.
Because of its position in the plain between Tatra Mountains and Gubałowka Hill it is surely the Polish primary center of skiing as well as mountaineering. The most favourite and also most frequently visited skiing resorts are Kasprowy Wierch, Gubałowka Hill and also Nosal.
What is more, the Krupówki Street, which is a well-known promenade, supplies many local cafes, keepsake stores as well as many varied must see places like the Witkacy’s theatre in the vicinity. when you are in this lovely resort don’t forget to taste famous oscypek – you would love it.
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Wednesday, 12 September 2012
In the course of the travel to in the Auschwitz museum and memorial one will be shown a great plenty of personal items used in normal being by the ones who were suffering the camp. All objects saved at that place truly express the serious striving and battles of the sufferers.
What is exhibited in the exhibit are abundance of private belonging of the victims which were collected and later preserved afterwards the mass murder such like spectacles, brushes, purses and others. The collection also presents the deportees' efforts to sustain their original personality despite the inconceivably severe and brutal surroundings they had to live in.
Look for them in the diaries, paintings and a good deal of different interesting traces. Many physical belongings of SS group are also demonstrated in the exhibits. Let’s come to Auschwitz-Birkenau and receive a deeper understanding of the harshness of life in the extermination camp.
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Sunday, 09 September 2012
This beautiful residence is set inside the lowland. You can get there within half an hour from Krakow by car. Its historical heritage is simply incredible and adds the particular charm to the place.
It used to stand for one of the ‘Eagles Nests’ that was to guard the region. It’s pretty aged because it dates back to XIV century but in spite of numerous changes over the time its exquisite construction is preserved till present.
In the exterior you will see a deluxe entry and courtyard. In the interiors you can discover an fascinating exposition as well as art gallery. It travels along several eras beginning from the medieval one. It’s worth to visit the Pieskowa Skala Castle as well as the nearby Ojców National Park.
Friday, 07 September 2012
Wieliczka Salt Mine, which belongs to one of the most popular attractions in Poland, offers the attractive tourist track for tourists from from any country. Probably any tourist will become amazed getting to know the whole salt mine length which is approximately 300 km.
Be ready to view incredible chapels, charming subterranean waters, primary instruments as well as many inventions along the in the course of the sightseeing. Also plenty of traces of mining labour greatly portray the severeness of miner's occupation. Besides, anyone may admire numerous tips of mining sweat as well as immense salt hand-made items, creations and many other interesting objects.
In the end of the route you will remain inside the group of chamber spaces where you can acquire several memorable souvenirs. You should visit the beautiful Mine in Wieliczka specially if you have respiratory illnesses or allergy problems as the air inside has many invaluable traits. Come up and discover this unique attraction belowground!
Wednesday, 05 September 2012
The Saint Mary with little Jesus Christ is the spiritual as well as sacral representation venerated by crowds of believers who come to the Jasna Góra Monastery every year. Furthermore it is treated as the national sign of Poland.
The history of the image is still not precisely clear nor apparent but it is argued to have been painted by the Saint Luke on on the surface of the table which belonged to the Holy Family. Other fable looks back on the Pauline monks originating from Hungary who in all probability carried the icon in 1382 on Jasna Góra.
The sacred relic is respected due to involving extraordinary healing influences. She protected the Jasna Góra Monastery during the Swedish incursion in the XXVII century what changed the future of the war. As the tales and legends say the Our Lady of Czestochowa protected the church building from becoming burnt-out by the big burning. That’s why The Black Madonna of Czestochowa was laurelled the Queen and Protector of Poland by the King John II Kazimir Vasa in 1656.