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Wandering among the endless hills, lakes, and mountains of Southeast Poland, one can find cities, medieval castles, grandiose palaces, and rich museums, each one more interesting than the previous. The city core of Krakow, with its old streets and squares offer us the feeling of happy days. In the Wawel district, which is built on a hill, fort walls and bastions protect the royal palace and the cathedral. Includes: Ojcowi National Park; Katowice; Auschwitz; Krosno; and more.
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Title from title screen (viewed on Aug. 17, 2010).
Originally produced in 2009.
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Also available as DVD; previously issued as Travel Video Store 141.
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