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    The Skull Chapel Kaplica Czaszek In Czermna

    Imagine a chapel built of skulls. The skull chapel really exists and is located in Poland. It’s a big sight and if you pass the town of Kłodzko, this is a must-see. More

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    The Abandoned Church St. Helen In Wróblin Głogowski

    The village Wróblin Głogowski is gone, but the church is left. The church is abandoned for many years, but still in a beautiful atmosphere. Let’s visit the church Sw. Heleny in Głogów region, Poland. More

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    Shopping In Szczecin – Galeria Kaskada (lots of pictures)

    Shopping In Szczecin is getting more and more popular. In addition to Poles, large numbers of Germans, Danes, and Swedes travel to Szczecin to shop – often at cheap prices. Follow a visit to the big shopping mall Galeria Kaskada in downtown Szczecin. More

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    Why Is There A Palm In Warsaw?

    Warsaw may not be known for its palm tree’s, but actually, they exist. The palm has become a natural part of Jerusalem Avenue. More

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    Exploring An Abandoned Soviet Missile Facility

    Once a missile facility that protected the Soviet Union against all possible military threats. Walk into this area without permission before the year 1995, may have resulted in many years in prison. Today the place is abandoned. Now we enter the traces of rocket pads and rooms for radar surveillance! More

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    Gdansk In Authumn – Amazing Beautiful

    Gdansk is a beautiful city with a big harbor in Poland. The city of half a million inhabitants has a well restored old neighborhood and stylishly lit when darkness has fallen. Buildings from the Hanseatic era are closely linked with hundreds of years old churches. Look how wonderful it could be when the darkness falls on a […] More

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    The Search Of Himmler’s Bunker In East Prussia

    In former East Prussia, the traces of World War II are always presented in the forests. Mosquitoes, ticks, and flies nowadays guarding the place where Himmler’s bunker was, but that’s no deal breaker when it comes to finding some remains. More

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