Krosno Poland Guide

Carpathian Troy in Trzcinica near Krosno
Krosno Center of Glass in Poland Krosno Glass Krosno is the most renown center of industrial glass production in Poland. During a visit to the Glass Heritage Center, you may see for yourself how the glass is produced in Krosno, or even blow a glass...
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Krynica-Zdroj Poland Guide

Krynica-Zdroj Poland
Krynica-Zdroj Poland Krynica-Zdroj (Krynica-Zdrój) is the pearl of Polish health resorts, as well as the home of one of the greatest naïve artists in the world - Nikifor.Wintertime in Krynica. You can hear snow squeaking under people’s shoes. A man appears, wearing a hat, with...
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Boleslawiec Poland Guide

Boleslawiec pottery
Boleslawiec pottery Boleslawiec pottery The Boleslawiec pottery is a symbol of Poland . It's very popular among both Poles and tourists looking for a souvenir from the Vistula Land. The Boleslawiec Pottery Days have become a fixture on the Lower Silesia’s cultural agenda. The Boleslawiec...
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Gniezno Poland Guide

Biskupin near Griezno Poland
Gniezno Poland Situated on seven hills among lakes of the Wielkopolska region is Gniezno. It's Poland’s first capital city and the baptizing place of the first ruler of Poland, Mieszko I, in 966. Today a monumental Gothic cathedral occupies the spot featuring Gniezno Doors. It's...
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Krakow Poland Guide

Basilica of St Mary Krakow
Wawel Cathedral Krakow Wawel Cathedral Krakow The Wawel Cathedral in Krakow is Poland’s most important sanctuary. Starting with Władysław the Short, it hosted the coronation of almost all Polish kings and it's the burial-place of many distinguished Poles. The first church, a pre-Romanesque rotunda, was...
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Zamosc Poland Guide

Armenian Houses Zamosc
Also known as the, ‘Pearl of the Renaissance,’ Poland’s unique town of Zamosc (Zamość), located near Warsaw and the border of Ukraine, is nearly picture perfect, and is a preserved example of Renaissance town planning. Is it any wonder that the pretty, planned town, founded...
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Chisinau Moldova Guide

St. Theodor Tiron Convent
Chisinau, pronounced “kee-shee-now” is probably Europe’s least visited capital city, or at least the one most of us are likely to get wrong in the pub quiz! Not all that many people venture into the mysterious corner of the far east of Europe in which Moldova...
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Tallinn Old Town Guide

Masters Courtyard Tallinn
Master Courtyard Tallinn Old Town Masters Courtyard Tallinn This quiet courtyard in Tallinn Old Town is a little piece of the city as it was centuries ago, when people appreciated the work of craftsmen, who put their heart and soul into everything they made. You...
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