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9 Tours in Beautiful Poland

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The Białowieza National Park is the last fragment of the original forest of Europe that has survived to our times. The symbol of the park is the European bison living here in the wild.

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Torun - the city of Copernicus, Gothic buildings and gingerbread. In the area of the Old Town with an area of approximately 19 hectares - The Old Town in Warsaw is only 10 hectares - there are over 190 monuments.

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Front of us is the one most beautiful landscapes of the eighteenth century Poland. Idyllic and noble. Breathtaking views are waiting for us in the Arkadia-Nieborow Park. One of the most beautiful 18th century aristocratic gardens.

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The first Tatars arrived to Poland in the fourteenth century. They fought both together with the Poles against the Teutonic Order, and against the Poles. Since the fifteenth century, in return for military service under the banner of the Polish king, they received lands.

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Malbork (Ger. Marienburg) - the largest surviving Gothic fortress in the world. Built from the thirteenth century by the Teutonic Order is currently on the UNESCO heritage list.

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A visit in the magical Kraków, where, according to a legend, is one of the seven miraculous stones (chakra) thrown by the Hindu god Shiva (the others are in New Delhi, Mecca, Delphi, Jerusalem, Rome, and Velehrad).

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A visit to dazzling Kraków and fairy Wieliczka Salt Mine (the first traces of salt production date back 5000 years). At the beginning we will get directly to the mine, to after visiting the underworld kingdom get to the center of the Old Town.

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Today, Gdańsk is the capital of amber (after which already in the first century A.D. era the Romans came to the Baltic Sea) and the birthplace of

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Żelazowa Wola village is located at a distance of more than 50 km from Warsaw. Here, in 1810, Frédéric Chopin came into the world. Chopinetto - as called him in Paris. Monsieur Pichon - as Frédéric called himself. George Sand called him Chop. Heine called him Rafael of piano. Liszt or Berlioz said simply: Genius!

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