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Address: ul. Zlota 59 / Warsaw / Poland / Tel: +48 22 2220000
Address: ul. Górczewska 124 / Warsaw / Poland / Tel: 22 533 40 00
Sightseeing Type: Castles / Palaces / Address: Plac Defilad 1 / Warsaw / Poland
City: Warsaw / Country: Poland / World Region: Europe
Warsaw / Poland
Warsaw / Poland
Sightseeing Type: Churches / Temples
Sightseeing Type: Castles / Palaces
The central of religious life in Wroclaw, Poland.
Literally translated Wolf Street, is a street running through Warsaw's city centre.
Zamość is a town in southeastern Poland. Zamość was founded in the year 1580 by the Chancellor and Hetman (head of the army of Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth) Jan Zamoyski on the trade route linking western and northern Europe with the Black Sea. Modelled on the Italian trading cities and built during the Baroque period by the architect Bernardo Morando, a native of Padua, Zamość remains a perfect example of a Renaissance town of the late 16th century which retains its original layout and fortifications and a large number of buildings blending Italian and central European architectural traditions. The Old City quarter of Zamość has been placed on the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites.
Morskie Oko (Morské oko) is the largest and fourth deepest lake in the Tatra Mountains. It is located in the Lesser Poland Voivodeship. It is situated in the Rybi Potok Valley, at the base of the Mięguszowiecki Summits, and deep within the Tatra National Park. Morskie Oko is one of the most popular destinations in the Tatras, often receiving over 50,000 visitors during the vacation season. It is reached by foot in about two hours from the nearest road that allows motorized access. Many other tourists opt to take the journey by horse-drawn cart, a large number of which are operated by the local Górale inhabitants. In winter, a short section of the journey is in an avalanche danger zone, and the area can remain cold and rainy even in summer. In the advent of its popularity, visitors have been forbidden from swimming in the lake or feeding the trout.
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