This Polish Salt Mine Looks Like A Palace! (30 pics)

Posted in PICTURES       2 Jun 2020       4238       7

Wieliczka salt mine, near Krakow, Poland, shows that salt can be an art material too! The mine was first opened in the 13th century, and today, it’s a part of the First UNESCO World Heritage List. And for a good reason! The salt mine, which reaches -327 meters at its deepest point, features underground lakes, 2,000 chambers, and chapels equipped with enormous chandeliers.

 

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Jannett 2 month s ago
Beautiful! Shows what can be done with otherwise wasted space.
       
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Phil 2 month s ago
Disused salt mines have long had their uses. People spend time in them for what is called halotherapy, or breathing salty air. It is said to impart health benefits and can also be experienced by visiting the beaches. The better the waves the better the air.
       
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CookieDevourer 2 month s ago
Been there few times and I must say that I have not seen a picture that can match how it looks in my own eyes. This place is just stunning. If you ever planning on going, try to find out when it's not busy, lack of people adds more magic to this mine drinks
       
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Micajah 2 month s ago
Open a chipper down there. You can just rub the chip of the wall
       
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Christy 2 month s ago
Saw an adult film made there. What she did with a salt spike was inspiring.
       
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Grissel 2 month s ago
You forgot to mention that all those chandeliers are made of salt crystals.
       
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Yvonne 2 month s ago
Ideas for Moria(LOTR)?
       
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