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This couple already met few times in the past. One of their first encounters happened in 1965, in room 1610 of luxurious New York St. Regis Hotel.  Dali tied Warhol to a spinning wheel and started to pour paint all over his body. But this time no one will get painted.  Salvador Dali's art is meeting Andy Warhol's in Palace of Culture and Science, Warsaw. The exhibition is opened till 7th of October.

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Looking for ideas for summer, family tour in Poland? Here is one: tour to Augustowski canal - marvel of nature and XIXth century engeneering. Canal is great both for kayak trips and lazy, river boat cruises. You and Your family will be amazed by surrounding nature: the canal flows through forests and picturesque lakes. It is surrounded by gentle slopes - typical for Masurian landscape.     

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One of the most recognizable symbols of Cracow is the monument of Cracow Dragon. You have to see it, when You tour Cracow with children, Legend says that dragon's lair was located the cave of Wawel hill on the Vistula river. According to Wincenty Kadłubek and his chronicles of Poland Cracow from XII century the monster was defeated by the Prince Krak.

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Main City is probably the most beautiful part of Gdansk.  It attracts all guided tours sightseeing the city. Złota Brama (Golden Gate), St. John’s church and the Fountain of Neptune - the  symbol of Gdansk, all can be found in this district. But few visitors know that most of the buildings here were reconstructed after 1945!  

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Where can we find one of the narrowest buildings in the world? Of course in Warsaw! So if you are planning your holidays in Poland and you are going to visit Poland's capital, do not forget about this special place at the area, where during WWII ghetto was.

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One ticket for this time capsule, please!" - asked a lady, waiting with me in a small queue. Indeed, every visit to Warsaw's Neon Museum is a kind of time travel. Here one can turn back in time to glorious times of Polish design, the 1960s & the 1970s, probably the most colorful period in Warsaw history. For 2.5 Euro only!

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