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Route of the Eagle’s Nests

October 3, 2012

JURA, the strand of calcareous rocks among Cracow and Czestochowa (Poland). 130 million years ago was this bottom of sea yet; now amazing place to rest and sightseeing. I come from from Zawiercie city, heart of Jura. We like very visiting on Route of the Eagle’s Nests, that is remainder after once splendid defensive locks.

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From → Poland, Travel

5 Comments
  1. Bedzin castle is the sort I could happily live in. When I’m a millionaire… 🙂

    • zewpress permalink

      It agrees, beautiful lock, rebuilt in year 1954. From among a dozen or so locks this route only two they are in the whole – Bedzin and Bobolice. Swedes destroyed in XVII age majority. I on lock in Bedzin took marriage 3 years from my ago second wife Lily.
      I greet

  2. Great pictures and interesting story.

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