Restaurant 200metres underground in Wieliczka salt mines, near Krakow. The room was originally built as a basketball court and gym for the miners
tatras mountain - polish side
In the Sanok Ethnographic Museum of Folk Architecture
The photo was taken in the Old Town of Warsaw on October 2004.
The Old Town of Warsaw turned into rubbles during World War II, and after many years of reconstruction it was restored to its original beauty. The photo was taken on October 2004.
The photo was taken from the 30th floor of the Novotel Centrum Hotel in Warsaw.
Poland's holiest city, and place of the Black Madonna. © NJW 2007
The year 1956 saw massive protests against the Polish government and the Soviet Union in Poznan, which are called Poznan June (Poznański Czerwiec). The left cross shows the year of 1956, when the protest took place in Poznan, and the right cross shows the years of other protests in various Polish cities.
Nazi concentration and extermination camp in Oświęcim, southern Poland. 'Arbeit macht frei' means work liberates and was common in such camps.
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