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Off the track sight seeing, Tarnow region 2014

Article about: Hello everyone! I recently came back from Poland (September 1st to be exact). I explored the Krakow/ Tarnow region for the most part. My trip lasted for less than two weeks, and I unfortunat

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    Some panorama shots
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    Site #7: Church in Wolnicz

    Accidentally bombed by Austrian-Hungarian forces during WWI, parishioners repaired the church and placed replicas of the shells in the same spots where the building was hit.
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    Me and my dad were only in this village for a few hours, we stopped by to see an old friend. Challenge: can you spot all 3 shells?

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    Tourist sign in front of church.
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    Site #8: Cementary in Wolnicz

    There are a few unique places at this cementary.

    First is a Austrian Hungarian military section...
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    Second, is a unique burial monument. The family's son (represented on the far left bell),
    was a political prisoner who was pushed around various concentration camps until he was
    finally executed (as I was told).
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    Third, a WWII monument.
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    That's it. Maybe a fellow forum member might decide to stop by at some of the places.

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    Interesting tour.

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    Nice pictures - thank you!

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    I have never been to Poland, thanks for the pictures.
    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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