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A Town Built Of Salt

The salt mines at Wieliczka in Poland are among the most productive in Europe and they have been worked for over nine centuries. One of the wonders of Wieliczka is the underground town below the city. Situated in the heart of a salt mine, 300 m below the ground, this small town has wide streets, a railway station, a church, small lakes, lamp-posts and even a ballroom - but all carved out of rock salt!
This unique town is the creation of miners who worked patiently for decades to give it form.

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