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A Traveller's History of Poland Cracow Cracow A City Of Kings
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In A Traveller’s History of Poland, John Radzilowski vividly describes the beginnings of the country, first fragmented then reborn.  Poland enjoyed a Golden Age in the 15th and 16th centuries, but a gradual decline then led to a loss of autonomy.... Krakow - the former royal capital of Poland is one of the most visited places in our country. In 16 chapters we present 440 contemporary and archival photographs, prints and maps. In this publication we tried to present the history of Cracow, its monument Krakow - the former royal capital of Poland is one of the most visited places in our country In this publication filled with color photos we tried to present the history of Cracow, its monuments and its famous districts including Old Town, Wawel and Kazim
by John Radzilowski By Christian Parma And Gregorz Rudzinski

By Christian Parma And Gregorz Rudzinski

Cracow by Night Culture Smart! Poland - Customs And Culture DK Eyewitness Travel Guide: Cracow
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Cracow has never been shown in such a way.  A romantic place filled with mystery and mysticism.  Wonderful historical monuments in a fairyland light.  Grand, historical events in extraordinary colorful scenery.  Charming nooks and crannies of a Medieval c Culture Smart! provides essential information on attitudes, beliefs and behavior in Poland, ensuring that you arrive at your destination aware of basic manners, common courtesies, and sensitive issues. The DK Eyewitness Cracow Travel Guide will lead you straight to the best attractions Cracow has to offer. The guide includes unique cutaways, floorplans and reconstructions of the city's stunning architecture, plus 3D aerial views of the key districts to
Photographs by Adam and Marcin Bujak A Quick Guide To Customs & Culture Updated 2013 Version!
DK Eyewitness Travel Guide: Poland DK Eyewitness Travel Guide: Warsaw Gdansk Sopot Gdynia Malbork
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The new, 2015 expanded edition DK Travel Guide for Poland packs a wealth of practical information in a format small enough to tuck into your pocket or purse for on-the-spot consultation. This edition DK Travel Guide for Warsaw packs a wealth of practical information in a format small enough to tuck into your pocket or purse for on-the-spot consultation. Inside you'll find: The album presents a colorful picture of the life of the city on the Motlawa River and its surroundings (Tri-City, Malbork, Kaszuby). It introduces us to its fascinating history - from the first settlement to the events of recent years.
Updated 2015 Version! Latest edition By Christian Parma And Gregorz Rudzinski

Hiking Guide To Poland And Ukraine Jasna Gora Shrine Of Our Lady Of Jasna Gora Guide (Czestochowa) Kaskada
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Jasna Gora - Sanctuary of the Mother of God - Guide The Kaskada in Szczecin was perhaps the finest nightclub, restaurant and kawiarnia in Poland until it was destroyed by fire on April 27, 1981.  The building had a long history beginning in September, 1929 when it opened as "Haus Ponath", a multi-level res
By Tim Burford
by Jerzy Tomzinski And Jan Golonka
By Krystyna Pohl And Sebastian Biela
Krosno I Okolice - Krosno And Its Surroundings Lonely Planet Polish Phrasebook Meksyk Praktyczny Przewodnik - Practical Guide To Mexico
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This full color album features beautiful photographs of the old city, its monuments and neighboring castle ruins. The mother tongue of illustrious  personalities such as Copernicus, Chopin, Joseph Conrad, Marie Curie and Pope John Paul II has a fascinating and turbulent past and symbolises the resilience of the Polish people in the face of domination and adversity. Meksyk Praktyczny Przewodnik
Text By Ewa Mankowska
Photograph By Tadeusz Budzinski
By Piotr Czajkowski Great Little Guide
On The Vistula River Opole And Its Surroundings Perla Podlasia - The Pearl Of Podlasie
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On The Vistula River The publication includes both historic buildings, as well as those recently established. This concept combines the past with the present. Among the presented buildings and sites of Opole are majestic churches, parks, an impressive town hall and "Opole Ven A remarkable museum located near the town of Ciechanowiec.  The Rev. Krzystof Kluk Agricultural Museum celebrated its Golden Jubilee in 2012.  This beautiful album was produced to commemorate that anniversary.  The museum is located on the grounds of a gr
by Adam Bujak By Ryszard Emmerling By Dorota Gnatowska
Pieniny Piesn O Starym Saczu - The Song of Stary Sacz Podkarpacie
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Pieniny Stary Sacz has captivated tourists, pilgrims, artists and its citizens for many years.  This is the town of unrepeated charm and atmosphere, built at the foot of St. Clare Convent, frequently called the "Medieval pearl of the Beskidy Podkarpacie is one of the most beautiful parts of Poland, although still little known. It comprises areas located in the foothills of a 1300 kilometre mountain range, extending from the Czech Republic, through Poland, Ukraine, Hungary and Romania.
Photography By Michal Grychowski Photographs by Sylwester Adamczyk and Adam Bujak by Tadeusz Budzinski
Poland (Lonely Planet) 6th Edition Poland A Country On The Crossroads Poland For Everyone
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Poland (Lonely Planet) 5th Edition Should anyone try to join the four points of the European continent extended furthest to the East, to the West, to the North and to the South with straight lines, the lines would intersect near the heart of Poland.  Owing to the landscape diversity, convo This nicely illustrated publication on Poland presents the historical and geographical outlines of Poland as well as its customs and traditions, typical Polish cuisine, beautiful cities and towns, Polish churches and sanctuaries, National Parks, Unesco tr
by Neal Bedford , Marika McAdam , Steve Fallon , Tim Richards By Christian Parma And Maciej Krupa
By Bogdan And Christian Parma
Poland Mini Album Poznan Privatizing Poland: Baby Food, Big Business and the Remaking of Labor
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This delightful album features 96 pages of photographs of the most important places in Poland.  A great little guide for the traveler or just for learning about Poland's highlights.  The last chapter feature pictures of famous Poles in history. Photograph Poznan is a historic city which has a commercial tradition dating back to the Middle Ages.  Today it ranks among the five major Polish economic and cultural centers.  A full color album featuring the city of Poznan including its history, famous streets, b Privatizing Poland examines the effects privatization has on workers' self-concepts; how changes in "personhood" relate to economic and political transitions; and how globalization and foreign capital investment affect Eastern Europe's integration into th
Photographs by Christian Parma
By Konrad Kazimierz Czaplinski By Elizabeth C. Dunn
The Bosz Travel Series: Gdansk The Bosz Travel Series: Kaszuby The Bosz Travel Series: Kazimierz - A Quarter of Cracow
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Its contemporary history has eclipsed and pushed aside the tremendous values, charm and beauty of this city.  The events of 1939 and later of August 1980 made us forget for a moment the many centuries of prosperity in the culture and science of Gdansk Who are the Kashubes? According to legend an angel looked at the poor land of Kashubia and became very sad. So God allowed him to tip out all that remained in the divine coffer after the creation: lakes and ponds, forest, hills, some sea & some good soil. Numerous signs of the history of its Jewish inhabitants survive in Cracow's quarter of Kazimierz. Perhaps it's thanks to the Royal City's atmosphere, tradition & good memory as this is where it all began, in the 14th century, under King Casimir the Great.
by Olgierd Budrewicz
photographs by Stanislaw Skladanowski and Bogumila Piazza
by Olgierd Budrewicz
photographs by Stanislaw Skladanowski and Bogumila Piazza
by Olgierd Budrewicz
photographs by Janusz Lesniak
   
 
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