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city in Lesser Poland Voivodeship, Poland
the oldest still existing enterprise worldwide, this salt mine was exploited continuously since the 13th century. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The Western Tatras (Slovak: Západné Tatry; Polish: Tatry Zachodnie) are mountains in the Tatras, part of the Carpathian Mountains, located on the Polish-Slovak borders (Małopolskie and Liptov/Orava regions respectively). The mountains border the High Tatras in the east, Podtatranská kotlina in the south, Choč Mountains in the west and Rów Podtatrzański (Slovak: Podtatranská brázda) in the north. The main ridge is 37 kilometers long and the mountain range contains 31 two-thousanders.
Liptovská Mara is a dam. This area between Ružomberok and Liptovský Mikuláš can be driven through in 10 minutes by car, but provides many places for a detour.
Ružomberok (German: Rosenberg; Hungarian: Rózsahegy; Polish: Rużomberk) is a town in Central Slovakia, in the historical Liptov region. It has a population of around 30,000.
mountain range along the border of Slovakia and Poland
city in Silesian Voivodeship, Poland
Terchová is a mountain town with 4,000 inhabitants in Central Slovakia. It is a nice and convenient base to hike the Malá Fatra, especially the Jánošík Holes and Chleb trails.
city in Slovakia
Great Fatra (Veľká Fatra - Slovak pronunciation: [ˈʋeʎkaː ˈfatra]; also Greater Fatra) is a mountain range in the Western Carpathians in Central Slovakia. It is among the towns of Ružomberok, Harmanec, Turčianske Teplice and Martin.
city in central Slovakia
region in Slovakia and Poland
city in Slovakia
town in Slovakia
Slovak Karst National Park (Slovenský kras) is in Eastern Slovakia. Known for its caves, together with the Aggtelek cave systems they make up the UNESCO World Heritage Site "Caves of Aggtelek Karst and Slovak Karst".
city in Łódź Voivodeship, Poland
Aggtelek is a village in northern Hungary, close to the Slovak border.
the most visited castle in Slovakia, almost intact with beautifully preserved interiors.
city in the Czech Republic
This Mannerist architectural and landscape park is the main attraction for tourists and pilgrims in Kalwaria Zebrzydowska. The Kalwaria Zebrzydowska monastery was built by Zebrzydowski in 1600 as the most beautiful Kalwaria in Europe. Since 1999 it is classified as UNESCO World Heritage. Pope John Paul II visited Kalwaria Zebrzydowska several times on the pilgrimages he made to Poland. In the park you can find the main basilica and three smaller chapels. There is a free parking lot nearby at Lanckorońska Street.
limestone cave in the Wawel Hill in Kraków
castle in Kraków, Poland
old town of Kraków, Poland
historical district of Kraków
dzielnica of Kraków in Lesser Poland, Poland
easternmost district of Kraków, Poland
cave in Poland
voivodeship of Poland
mountain range in Europe
City with powiat rights of Poland
monastery in Częstochowa, Poland
Church in Łódź, Poland
opera house in Lodz, Poland
street in Lodz
The Chapel of Karl Scheibler, located in the Evangelical-Augsburg part of the Old Cemetery on Ogrodowa Street 43, is a major architectural work in old Łódź, Poland.
The Łódź Jewish Cemetery, also known as the New Jewish Cemetery, was once the largest Jewish cemetery in Poland and one of the largest in the world. Located in the city of Łódź on Bracka Street, the necropolis was opened in 1892 and occupies around 44 hectares of land. The cemetery contains from 180,000 to 230,000 marked graves, as well as mass graves of victims of the Litzmannstadt Ghetto and the Holocaust. From 1893 to 1896, the basic construction of the necropolis was completed under the supervision of well-known architect Adolf Zeligson.
Second-largest ghetto in German-occupied Europe during World War II
Village in Łódź Voivodeship, Poland
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