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Kopalnia Soli "Wileiczla" / Wieliczka Salt Mine
Poland

Kinga Holy Grotto of the hand-carved bas-reliefs in the foreground "Last Supper" of Leonardo da Vinci's image. According to our observation of guided tours of the block does not make sense because the minimum time it spends on individual stations, therefore, we recommend visiting with an individual guide. For example, the time that is destined to see the grotto of the Holy Kinga is about 10 minutes, which we think is about 30 minutes too little    :(

White balance reflects the natural orange - yellow mood

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Copyright: Justyna Jegorow
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6466x3233
Taken: 04/06/2010
Hochgeladen: 05/07/2010
Aktualisiert: 04/09/2014
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Tags: salt; mine; poland; krakow
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