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The cities hiding beneath the earth's surface

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Wieliczka Salt Mine, Poland: One of the most visited tourist attractions in Polat, the Wielicska Salt Mine first opened in the 13th century, making it one of the world's oldest. Once down in the mine, you'll find dozens of statues, as well as four chapels all made entirely out of salt by the miners.

One of the most visited tourist attractions in Polat, the Wielicska Salt Mine first opened in the 13th century, making it one of the world's oldest. Once down in the mine, you'll find dozens of statues, as well as four chapels all made entirely out of salt by the miners.
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