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Travelers who crave scenic beauty will find it in Tatra National Park, located in southcentral Poland.Established in 1954, the park is mainly forests, meadows and numerous rock formations covering the Tatra Mountains.Located on the Oder River, Wroclaw is the largest city in western Poland.Over the centuries it has been governed by Prussia, Poland, Germany and Bohemia, but has been part of Poland since 1945.
This church is a must-see for travelers interested in Gothic paintings and sculptures, and Baroque altars.
Founded around the 10th century, it has a mixed political history; at different times it belonged to Germany and Poland, and was a free state before permanently becoming a part of Poland after World War II.
The city rebuilt itself after the war, restoring its Old Town, which is famous for the Royal Road that Polish kings traveled on when visiting this historical city. Mary church, the largest brick church in the world.
Major sites are easily accessible by strolling the Royal-Imperial Route, a walk set up especially for tourists.
Athletes may enjoy a visit to the artificial lake of Malta, home to a ski slope, ice rink, and swimming pools.