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Wieliczka Salt Mine

Just outside Kraków, some 9 miles (14km) southeast of the city centre, Wieliczka is famous for its ultra-deep Salt Mine, which has been in continuous operation for 700 years. It's an eerie world of pits and chambers and everything has been ... 

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Sculpture under Salt Mine

June 2013

1 of the sculpture under the salt mine

Wieliczka Salt Mine from the outside

September 2011

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Wieliczka Salt Mine from the outside

Salt Dwarf

June 2010

JON H
United Kingdom

Lots of really good statues in here. This one was almost clear, and lit from within.

Entrance

June 2015

Birkenau entrance in colour

Sleeping Quarters in Birkenau

June 2015

Five people per bunk,

Auschwitz II - Birkenau

June 2015

Entrance to Birkenau

one of the underground religious relics

April 2015

The miners were clearly very devout Christians

The salt mine

February 2015

It's a brisk walk DOWN 135 meters (.8 of a mile) to the bottom of the salt mine via wooden stairs

Birkenau selection area

February 2015

The profile of the train lines at the Birkenau selection area

The entrance to Auschwitz 1

February 2015

The entrance to Auschwitz 1

A can of Zyklon B

February 2015

These cans of the gas used within the gas chambers are on display within the museum, very moving

The Last Supper carved from salt

February 2015

This amazing carving is cut from salt on the wall of one of the rooms within the salt mine

A sign in Auschwitz 1 showing the confirmed number of prisoners

February 2015

Realistic estimates are much higher than these figures

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