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Velichka, Poland

According to Zipcodesexplorer, Wieliczka is a small Polish town half an hour from Krakow with a population of only 20,000 people. Every year about a million tourists from all over the world come here to see with their own eyes the famous salt deposits, known since ancient times. Once the Wieliczka mines were the largest… Read More »

Poland Morphology

The morphology of the wide belt of lowlands is essentially due – as can be understood from the brief hints given – to the glacial phenomenon. During the Cenozoic, the Baltic reached as far east as Brześć with a large gulf, which then gradually filled up. In fact, paleogenic marine sediments are found throughout the… Read More »

Poland Brief History

Despite its proximity to Sweden, Poland is a relatively unknown holiday country for many of us. Most people probably think of the trade union movement Solidarity and its leader Lech Walesa, Pope John Paul II, the Jewish ghetto in Warsaw or concentration camps when Poland is mentioned. Incidentally, the country is perhaps more or less… Read More »