Chopin Museum

The Fryderyk Chopin Museum is located in Warsaw’s Chopin Institute. The largest center dedicated to the work of the Polish composer. Here they keep the memory of the great creator and talk about his life and musical activity. The structure of the museum also includes a branch – Chopin’s home and a park in the …

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Warsaw Barbican

The Warsaw Barbican is one of the surviving structures that are part of a complex of historical fortifications that once surround Warsaw. It was founded in 1540 and is a semicircular outpost. Previously, the powerful structure had four towers designed by the Italian Giovanni Battista, and a drawbridge, which, unfortunately, has not survived to this …

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Warszawska Syrenka

Walking through the streets of Warsaw, it difficult not to notice that the city is flooded with statues of a mermaid, as well as drawings, carvings and other types of jewelry with her image. This not just a coincidence, because this mythological creature with a fish tail seen on the coat of arms of Warsaw …

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Malbork Castle

Malbork Castle (Marienburg) founded by the Teutonic Knights in 1274 in honor of the Virgin Mary. In 1309 it became the residence of the Grand Master of the Teutonic Order. During the Battle of Grunwald in 1410, Malbork withstood a siege by Polish-Lithuanian troops, but was sold for debts. In the XVII century, the fortress …

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Białowieski Park

The Białowieski Forest National Park in Poland. Tourism here developed no worse, bison just as powerful. The nature of the middle European strip blooms with meadows, rustles with oak trees and murmurs with the purest rivers, reminding of native lands. Add to this unique cultural objects – and you get a world-class recreation area. Many …

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Wawel Castle

A tourist trip to Krakow begins with the Royal Castle (Zamek Królewski na Wawelu). Wawel Castle is as important to Poland as the Moscow Kremlin is to Russia. But the Kremlin remains the main symbol of statehood, and the Royal Castle on Wawel lost this status after the transfer of the capital from Krakow to …

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Blangsinga Waterfall

Bali has many tourist destinations. Starting from the beach, seafood culinary, culture, shopping to waterfalls. One of the popular ones is Blangsinga Waterfall. This tourist attraction in Central Bali is very strategic and very easy to reach. In fact, this place is often used as a study tour destination for middle and high school children. Traveling in this place will certainly make your mind calmer. The air in this place is very fresh and can give a new feel. If you want to visit here, don’t forget to invite your family and invite them. History of Blangsinga Waterfall Attractions Talking about the beauty of Blangsinga waterfall, it feels less satisfied if you don’t listen to the history of this tourist spot. …

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Tirta Empul

Tirta Empul Temple is a sacred temple for Balinese Hindus located in Manukaya Village, Tampaksiring, Gianyar Regency, Bali. This temple known for its sacred water park whose water source comes from the mountains and often used to clean up. Tirta Empul History According to the story that developed about the story of the old Tirta …

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Tanah Lot

Tanah Lot is one of the important temples for Balinese Hindus and the location of the temple is located on a large rock off the coast. Tanah Lot Temple is a tourism icon of the island of Bali. In addition, one of the famous tourist attractions on the island of Bali that must be visited. Because …

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