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Forgotten landscapes outside Krakow

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Linked to Krakow by a portion of the Amber Trail Greenway, Tyniec’s limestone cliffs, dense woodland and millennia-old abbey comprise one of Eastern Europe’s most overlooked villages.
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Inside Body World’s headquarters

The opportunity to look at dead bodies has made Body World the largest travelling attraction on the planet. And at the world headquarters, the macabre goes to the next level.
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Marilyn Monroe’s new Polish home

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More than 3,000 photographs of Hollywood stars, including never-before-seen-prints of Marilyn Monroe, have found a new home in Poland’s fourth largest city.
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Skiing peaks with a papal blessing

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Despite being a prime Polish winter sports location with a rich Highlander culture, the low-key town of Zakopane remains gloriously off most international skiers' radars.
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A dark and fantastical Polish land

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In this province filled with medieval castles and dense forest, it’s easy to imagine Hansel and Gretel skipping past the gingerbread houses, leaving a trail of breadcrumbs behind them.
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In Krakow, a salty offering to Polish saints

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At the Chapel of the Blessed Kinga, built to honor the patron saint of Polish miners, everything is carved out of salt, including the walls, floor, statues – even the chandeliers.


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