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Country : Poland

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Photos marked as were added from 18 March 2019.


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Province
State
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Poland
Warsaw
 View of the city of Warsaw.
2005
Poland
Warsaw
 The Palace of Culture in Warsaw.
1982
Poland
Warsaw
 Nowy Swiat is part of the royal route that leads to the old town of Warsaw.
2005
Poland
Warsaw
 The statue of the famous Polish astronomer, Nicholas Copernicus, in Warsaw.
1982
Poland
Warsaw
 The Holy Cross Church was the site of fierce fighting during the Warsaw Uprising during World War 2.
2005
Poland
Warsaw
 The Ostrogski Palace, home to a museum for Chopin in Warsaw.
2005
Poland
Warsaw
 Statue of Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski (died 1981) who defended human rights during the Soviet period.
2005
Poland
Warsaw
 Radziwill Palace is the residence of the president.
2005
Poland
Warsaw
 The Carmelite Church in Warsaw dates from 1783.
2005
Poland
Warsaw
 Near the old city of Warsaw, the house of Marija Sklodowska.
Born in 1867, she is better known as Marie Curie.
2005
Poland
Warsaw
 View towards the River Vistula in Warsaw.
2005
Poland
Warsaw
 St Annes Church with its free standing belfry.
2005
Poland
Warsaw
 The Royal Palace in Warsaw.
1982
Poland
Warsaw
Old City
 The old city of Warsaw was completely destroyed during World War 2 and was reconstructed from plans and photos.
2005
Poland
Warsaw
Old City
 Castle Square in old Warsaw.
2005
Poland
Warsaw
Old City
 The Royal Castle is the centre of old Warsaw.
2005
Poland
Warsaw
Old City
 The Royal Castle in the old city of Warsaw is a Polish national museum.
2005
Poland
Warsaw
Old City
 Reconstructed houses in Old Town Square in old Warsaw.
2005
Poland
Warsaw
Old City
 Street scene in the old city of Warsaw.
2005
Poland
Warsaw
Old City
 Old Town Square is the centrepiece of the reconstructed old city of Warsaw.
2005
Poland
Warsaw
Old City
 Street artist in Old Town Square.
2005
Poland
Warsaw
Old City
 Old Town Square is lined with assymetric old buildings (Warsaw).
2005
Poland
Warsaw
Old City
 Corner of Old Town Square.
2005
Poland
Warsaw
Old City
 Restaurant entrance in Old Town Square.
2005
Poland
Warsaw
Old City
 Cafe in Old Town Square.
2005
Poland
Warsaw
Old City
 Traditional pharmacy shop in Old Town Square.
2005
Poland
Warsaw
Old City
 Shop front in the old city.
2005
Poland
Warsaw
Old City
 Curved cobbled street.
2005
Poland
Warsaw
Old City
 The Barbican is part of the old citys fortifications.
2005
Poland
Warsaw
Old City
 The main gate to the old city.
2005
Poland
Krakow
Wawel Castle
 Wawel Castle in Krakow was the seat of the Polish monarchy for 500 years.
2000
Poland
Krakow
 Krakow Cathedral is in the castle grounds.
It dates from 1364 and has been the scene of royal coronations and funerals.
2000
Poland
Krakow
 View of the old city of Krakow from the castle hill.
2000
Poland
Krakow
 The 16th century Cloth Hall in Rynek Glowny, the main square in old Krakow.
2000
Poland
Krakow
 Rynek Glowny (Krakow). St Adalbert Church has a small dome.
Beyond is the 13th century St Mary's with two unequal towers.
2000
Poland
Krakow
 Building in the old part of Krakow.
2000
Poland
Krakow
 Muscian in the old city of Krakow.
2000
Poland
Krakow
 Carved building facade in Krakow.
2000
Poland
Krakow
 Street scene in Krakow, a busy student city.
2000
Poland
Krakow
 Astrolabe used by the astronomer Mikolaj Kopernik (Nicolas Copernicus) at Collegium Maius (Krakow).
2000
Poland
Krakow
 The dining room of Collegium Maius, the oldest university in Poland (Krakow).
Copernicus, Marie Curie and Pope John Paul II were post-graduate students here.
2000
Poland
Krakow
Kazimierz
 Wolnica Square in Kazimierz, Krakow.
2000
Poland
Krakow
Kazimierz
 The 14th century town hall in Kazimierz, a suburb of Krakow.
2000
Poland
Krakow
Kazimierz
 Remu'h Synagogue in Kazimierz dates from 1553.
2000
Poland
Krakow
Kazimierz
 Silver plate showing the Exodus in the Stara Synagogue in Kazimierz.
2000
Poland
Auschwitz
 Entrance to Auschwitz concentration camp where 2 million people, mainly Jews, were killed by the Nazis during World War II.
2000
Poland
Auschwitz
 The concentration camp at Oswiecim, better known by its German name, Auschwitz.
2000
Poland
Auschwitz
 The kitchens at Auschwitz which was originally established as a work camp by the Nazis in 1940.
2000
Poland
Auschwitz
 Auschwitz: tins of Cyclon B, a poison used to exterminate prisoners in the concentration camp.
2000
Poland
Auschwitz
 In 1942 Auschwitz was converted into a death camp. 90 percent of the 2 million people killed here were Jews. Jewish prayer shawls of victims.
2000
Poland
Auschwitz
 The possessions of the two million people killed at Auschwitz between 1942 and 1945 were kept and used by the Nazis.
2000
Poland
Auschwitz
 The Nazis photographed their victims at Auschwitz. The captions give the name and the dates of birth, arrival and death.
2000
Poland
Auschwitz
 Auschwitz is a memorial to the two million people killed by the Nazis during World War II. A drawing by an inmate showing conditions at the concentration camp.
2000
Poland
Auschwitz
 Spartan sleeping conditions at Auschwitz. Most of the 2 million victims died in gas chambers but many died from the conditions, disease and overwork.
2000
Poland
Auschwitz
Birkanau
 Entrance to the Birkanau Death Camp near Auschwitz. Most of the 2 million people killed by the Nazis died in the gas chambers here.
2000
Poland
Auschwitz
Birkanau
 The Birkanau Death Camp was reached by rail. During World War II, the Nazis developed extermination on an industrial scale. Up to 2 million (mainly Jewish) people died here.
2000
Poland
Wieliczka
 Figures carved from salt in the Wieliczka Salt Mine. The mine has been in use for 700 years and has 300km of tunnels.
2000
Poland
Wieliczka
 The Last Supper carved from rock salt. St Kinga's Chapel is in a salt mine 101m below the ground in Wieliczka.
2000

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