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Brama Krakowska
Poland

Brama Krakowska - one of several rocy gates in the Ojcow National Park. Located in the Pradnik Valley. The name derives from the fact that formerly led through the trade route from Cracow to Silesia.

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Tags: brama krakowska; landscape; limestone; cliffs; nature; ojcow; poland; pradnik; rock; pradnik valley; national park; ojcow national park; karst
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