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Krakow, Poland

2014-06-19 - 2014-06-2010 Episodes
Roman Mozola
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The original purpose of travelling, for me, is relaxing myself and give me the original power of working harder.

A succession of beautiful scenery makes one feel delighted. A long stay in the same surroundings to make everything the same. Routine work often makes one feel bored But if you take a trip or a long journey on your holidays to some scenic spots or historic sites, that will make great difference.

Travel can widen one’s knowledge. The farther you go, the more you will learn about different politics, economics, customs as well as geography. If you travel the whole world some day, you will fully understand the globe on which we live.
However, too much travel causes tiredness. You get on a bus or a taxi, you travel on the train or in a plane, being patient with the hours needed on your mute from one place to another, that will make you exhausted after a while.

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Day 12014/06/19

Kraków Lesser Poland Voivodeship, Poland

クラクフ(Krakau)(マウォポルスカ, ポーランド)|Krakow, Poland(Roman Mozolaさん)

The Polish Hussars or Winged Hussars, were one of the main types of the cavalry in the Crown of the Kingdom of Poland, (later also introduced into the Army of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania), between the 16th and 18th centuries. When this cavalry type was first introduced by the Serbian and Hungarian mercenary horsemen in the beginning of the 16th century, they served as light cavalry banners in the Polish army; by the second half of the 16th century and after Stephen Báthory's reforms hussars had been transformed into heavy armored shock cavalry. Until the reforms of the 1770s the husaria banners were considered the elite of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth cavalry.

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Rynek Główny Lesser Poland Voivodeship, Poland

中央市場広場(Rynek Glowny)(マウォポルスカ, ポーランド)|Krakow, Poland(Roman Mozolaさん)

Adam Mickiewicz Monument in Kraków, is one of the best known bronze monuments in Poland, and a favourite meeting place at the Main Market Square in the Old Town (Stare Miasto) district of Kraków.

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Rynek Główny Lesser Poland Voivodeship, Poland

中央市場広場(Rynek Glowny)(マウォポルスカ, ポーランド)|Krakow, Poland(Roman Mozolaさん) - 02

The Cloth Hall in Kraków, Lesser Poland, dates to the Renaissance and is one of the city's most recognizable icons. It is the central feature of the main market square in the Kraków Old Town

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Plac Mariacki Lesser Poland Voivodeship, Poland

Plac Mariacki(マウォポルスカ, ポーランド)|Krakow, Poland(Roman Mozolaさん)

St. Mary's Square - square in Krakow's Old Town, adjacent to the Main Market Square. It was created after 1802, after the liquidation of the parish cemetery around St. Mary's Church.

Today the square is adorned with "Trash pigeons" with a statue of bronze. Well was designed by John Budziłłę, and figure (plus a replica of one of the statues of the prophets of the cabinet frames the central altar of Veit Stoss) made ​​Francis Kalfas. It is a gift to the city of Krakow craftsmen made ​​in 1958.

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Brama Floriańska Poland

Brama Floriańska(ポーランド)|Krakow, Poland(Roman Mozolaさん)

The Kraków Barbican is a barbican – a fortified outpost once connected to the city walls. It is a historic gateway leading into the Old Town of Kraków, Poland. The barbican is one of the few remaining relics of the complex network of fortifications and defensive barriers that once encircled the royal city of Kraków in the south of Poland. It currently serves as a tourist attraction and venue for a variety of exhibitions.

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Day 22014/06/20

Smok Wawelski Lesser Poland Voivodeship, Poland

スモック・バベルスキ(Smok Wawelski)(マウォポルスカ, ポーランド)|Krakow, Poland(Roman Mozolaさん)

Avenue of Stars in Krakow - avenue of stars located on the Boulevard Czerwieńskim in Cracow Wawel Hill. Avenue is a joint project of Krakow authorities and RMF FM. Avenue, which is to honor outstanding musicians and bands from the Polish and the world, created since 2008. The first star, June 28, unveiled a Canadian singer Celine Dion

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Smok Wawelski Lesser Poland Voivodeship, Poland

スモック・バベルスキ(Smok Wawelski)(マウォポルスカ, ポーランド)|Krakow, Poland(Roman Mozolaさん) - 02

The Vistula is the longest and largest river in Poland, at 1,047 kilometres (651 miles) in length.

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Rynek Główny Lesser Poland Voivodeship, Poland

中央市場広場(Rynek Glowny)(マウォポルスカ, ポーランド)|Krakow, Poland(Roman Mozolaさん) - 03

Among Kraków’s most well-known landmarks, this sculpture in the western corner of the market square is a popular meeting place and at some point serves as a photographic backdrop for almost every tourist who visits the city. Affectionately referred to as ‘The Head’, the bronze body part’s official title is ‘Eros Bendato’ (Eros Bound) and is the work of Polish artist Igor Mitoraj.

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Zamek Królewski na Wawelu Lesser Poland Voivodeship, Poland

ヴァヴェル城(Zamek Królewski na Wawelu)(マウォポルスカ, ポーランド)|Krakow, Poland(Roman Mozolaさん)

Wawel is a fortified architectural complex erected over many centuries atop a limestone outcrop on the left bank of the Vistula river in Kraków, Poland, at an altitude of 228 metres above sea level.

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Smok Wawelski Lesser Poland Voivodeship, Poland

スモック・バベルスキ(Smok Wawelski)(マウォポルスカ, ポーランド)|Krakow, Poland(Roman Mozolaさん) - 03

The Wawel Dragon , also known as the Dragon of Wawel Hill, is a famous dragon in Polish folklore. His lair was in a cave at the foot of Wawel Hill on the bank of the Vistula River. Wawel Hill is in Kraków, which was then the capital of Poland. In some stories the dragon lived before the founding of the city, when the area was inhabited by farmers.

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