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The first extermination camp was founded in 1941 only to exterminate the imported Jewish population. It was a model for the later camps in Auschwitz and Treblinka.

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Torun - the city of Copernicus, Gothic buildings and gingerbread. In the area of the Old Town with an area of approximately 19 hectares - The Old Town in Warsaw is only 10 hectares - there are over 190 monuments.

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If you're short of time then this tour is for you. Individual 2-hour drive by luxury car with your own guide. See the most important tourist attractions.

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We invite you to explore the lost city. In 1939, were 360.000 Jews here... now a Jewish community has less 500 people. We will visit the most important places starting from the Synagogue and the Jewish cemetery to the ghetto wall and Umschlagplatz monument.

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Enjoy a journey to Warsaw route special prepared by historians from the National Institute of Chopin. The route goes from Chopin Monument , through St. Cross Church where the composer's heart rests, to the Chopin Museum.

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Malbork (Ger. Marienburg) - the largest surviving Gothic fortress in the world. Built from the thirteenth century by the Teutonic Order is currently on the UNESCO heritage list.

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A visit to dazzling Kraków and fairy Wieliczka Salt Mine (the first traces of salt production date back 5000 years). At the beginning we will get directly to the mine, to after visiting the underworld kingdom get to the center of the Old Town.

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See all the most important places: Krakow with Salt Mine in Wieliczka and Auschwitz in a nutshell. This is what other takes from 2 to 3 days - you will explore it in several hours.

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Discover the most beautiful and the most important places of the eastern Poland. Royal Castle in Lublin.To this day, there is preserved residential-defensive tower from the thirteenth century and Byzantine-Russian frescoes from the fifteenth century in the Gothic church. And also Kazimierz Dolny with 3.000 inhabitants and 3.000 visitors each day.

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Today, Gdańsk is the capital of amber (after which already in the first century A.D. era the Romans came to the Baltic Sea) and the birthplace of

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To the camp in Belzec since 1942 were brought victims from the ghettos, mostly whole families. They were only Jews. In total, more than 600,000 Jews were murdered here. Survived only three people...

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