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At the end of October, I'll meet my friend Kari, who lives in Poland. We plan to visit some of the Western country, including Krakow, Lublin, Zamosc and Kasmierz Dolny. I'm looking for "not to miss" photo spots. I'm most excited to see the land of my great grand parents. Please add to my board if you would like.
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Early morning - Cieszyno, Zachodniopomorskie The Lake Siecino located in the Drawskie Lakeland in northwest Poland. No motor boats allowed. Love it!

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Early morning, a photo from Zachodniopomorskie, West | TrekEarth

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Cathedral In Wroclaw # 4 - Wroclaw, Dolnoslaskie

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Krakow - Krakow, Malopolskie This is probably most fabulous view in Krakow. With so called "Grunwald monument" which commemorates The Battle of Grunwald took place on July 15, 1410 with the Kingdom of Poland and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania ranged against the Knights of the Teutonic Order. It was the decisive engagement in the Polish-Lithuanian-Teutonic War (1409-1411) and one of the greatest battles of medieval Europe.

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Krakow, a photo from Malopolskie, East | TrekEarth

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Holy Cross - Zabkawice, Dolnoslaskie Church of the Holy Cross in Zabkowice Slaskie(Frankenstein). Why Frankenstein? The first church was destroyed in the 15th century, the second church built in the 17th century is a baroque building with three naves,

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Holy Cross, a photo from Dolnoslaskie, West | TrekEarth

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Beautiful sunrise in Krakow with the skyline of the Old Town.

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Krakow, a photo from Malopolskie, East | TrekEarth

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Panorama... - Golub-Dobrzyn, Kujawsko-Pomorskie Golub-Dobrzyn is a town in central Poland, located on the both sides of the Drwêca River. Situated in the Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship (since 1999), it was previously in the Torun Voivodeship (1975-1998). It is the capital of Golub-Dobrzyñ County and has a population of 12,500.

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Panorama..., a photo from Kujawsko-Pomorskie, West | TrekEarth

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Bartoszowicki bridge – is a the steel bridge in Wroclaw, located above the weir of Flood Canal. It was built in connection with the construction of infrastructure, flood channels and Marine. The 3-span steel structure, built between 1913-1917, was supported on concrete-brick abutments. Bridge has a length of 110.2 m, height 3.8 m, width 5.5 m and is the narrowest bridge in Wroclaw.

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Bartoszowicki bridge, a photo from Dolnoslaskie, West | TrekEarth

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Cemetery of Salwator is located not far Salwator in the area of VII of city Krakow, at Alley Washington. Devoted in 1865, initially had character of small parochial cemetery, suburb that serves to the habitants Menagerie, Polwsia and neighbouring villages. Cemetery was twice widened into 1902 and 1999. Is he parish cemetery under management of holiest parish Salwatora. Bured on it became in the collective tomb killed by the Germans the inhabitants of the will Justowskiej, which the…

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Cemetery of Salwator, a photo from Malopolskie, East | TrekEarth

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Chapel at the Grabiszynski Cemetery in Wroclaw. It is one of the largest cemeteries in the city and was founded in 1881.

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Chapel, a photo from Dolnoslaskie, West | TrekEarth

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Ambiance at the vieux café - Cracow, Malopolskie I hope we get to drink vino at many a bar like this!

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