Poland: a proud heritage

United States, 1989

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Episode of Series “Video visits”.
Visit Poland, the land of lakes, palaces, forests, cathedrals, sandy beaches and heroes and legends of the past. Visit the capital of Warsaw with its newly restored historical buildings. In Castle Square see the Royal Castle and Sigmund’s Column, the symbol of the city. Travel to Cracow’s Wawel Hill, the ancient seat of Polish kings and hear Polish folklore in the Tatras mountains. Experience the serenity of Bialowieza, Europe’s last virgin woodland. Pause in reflection at the Auschwitz Memorial, travel down the Dunajec River and visit the monastery of Jasna Gora, to see the Black Madonna.

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Andrew K Slodkowski


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Chris Valentini

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