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Salt Mine Shaft Entrance - Wieliczka, Poland Featured Bialowieza Forest Print

Salt Mine Shaft Entrance - Wieliczka, Poland

Wieliczka, Poland - a famous salt mining town. Active mining ceased in 1996 due to low prices and the flooding of the mine. Salt has been produced here since the 13th century. Declared a UNESCO World Heritage site (in 1978). Date: circa 1910s

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 - https://copyrighthub.org/s0/hub1/creation/maryevans/MaryEvansPictureID/10434647

Heritage, Industry, Mining, Poland, Polish, Salt, Site, Unesco, Wieliczka, World

Maly Rynek (small square) in Krakow, Poland Featured Bialowieza Forest Print

Maly Rynek (small square) in Krakow, Poland

A bit quieter and a much smaller version of the Main Square but with much beauty and charm is the Maly Rynek, or Small Square. Located right behind Saint Mary's Basilica in Krakow.It is easy to miss, as most people head for the Big square, just around the corner

© 2015 Frans Sellies

2015, 566324789, Architecture, Church, City, Door, Europe, Facade, Famous Place, Gate, Horizontal, Incidental People, Krakow, Lesser Poland, Malopolskie Province, Market Square, Multi Colored, Photography, Poland, Rynek Glowny Square, Rynek Square, St Marys Church Krakow, Summer, Tourism, Town Square, Travel Destinations, Unesco, Unesco World Heritage Site

Former locomotive at Wieliczka Salt Mine Featured Bialowieza Forest Print

Former locomotive at Wieliczka Salt Mine

Wieliczka Salt Mine (on the outskirts of Krakow) was once one of the most profitable industrial establishments when common salt was commercially a medieval equivalent of today's oil.'n'nNine centuries of mining in Wieliczka produced a total of some 200km of passages as well as 2, 040 caverns of varied size.'n'nIn 1978 it became an Unesco World Hertiage site & commercial mining was only discontinued in 1996 due to low salt prices & mine flooding. It attracts more than 1m visitors each year

© Jason Wells 2016