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Poland is a country with over a thousand year's of tradition and a turbulent history which may be traced through its various historic, religious, industrial and architectural monuments and relics. Most of these have been well preserved within the major urban centres of Krakow, Gdansk, Poznan, Wroclaw or Sandomierz. The origins of a country which found itself in the central part of Europe, where the East, West, North and South come together, resulted in a multicultural, divergent style of customs, traditions and historical monuments that are revered within each of the respective regions.

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The Miracles of Our Lady and the Tzaddiks
Churches built from wood or Protestant ones made from clay, gigantic abbeys or churches with a roof resembling a coffin, chapels on water or a basilica built in the middle of nowhere. It is impossible to count the number and variety of sacred architectural treasures in Poland.
Sites on the UNESCO World Heritage list
Traces of military activities, which were once hidden from the sight of outsiders, are today made available for the public to visit or converted into museums, housing estates or......even night clubs like the Raclawickie Forts in Warsaw, the remnants of the tsarist system of fortifications which also included the capitals citadel.
Before the first Palaeolithic hunters appeared on the lands that are now Poland around 100,000 years ago, our country was a marshy green plain on which dinosaurs grazed. The most famous of these, Silesaurus Opolensis, meaning "Silesian lizard from Opole", one of the oldest known reptile species in the world, lived more than 230 million years ago in Krasiejow!
Neglected during the times of the People's Republic of Poland, over the last several years' Polish castles and palaces have began to regain their former glory. The former residences of the powerful families are being converted in original period hotels.
Warsaw: Remains of the Warsaw Ghetto are few, namely the restored Nozyk Synagogue, and the Jewish Cemetery. Of particular interest are the exhibits at the Jewish Historical Institute that focus on the history of the material and spiritual culture of Polish Jews from their beginnings to the present day. Warsaw is also home to the only European theatre performing in Yiddish, the State Jewish Theatre.
Technological monuments have been preserved in Poland the like of which do not exist anywhere else in the world! Seeing them is an opportunity to look into the minds of the former engineers and still be amazed by some of their daring solutions.
Post-Industrial Monuments
Gems of Architecture
Themed tourist trails are an opportunity to learn what is unique and unrepeatable in the Polish landscape. They can be a lesson in history, literature or .......tolerance.
Underground Attractions – A Well Hidden Treasure


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