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The Vang stave church in Karpacz, Southwest Poland. 
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The Vang stave church in Karpacz, Southwest Poland.
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Inside the Vang stave church in Karpacz, Southwest Poland. 
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Inside the Vang stave church in Karpacz, Southwest Poland.

"Vang stave church (Polish: Świątynia Wang; Norwegian: Vang stavkyrkje; German: Stabkirche Wang) is a stave church which was bought by the Prussian King and transferred from Vang in Norway and re-erected in 1842 in Brückenberg near Krummhübel in Germany, now Karpacz in the Karkonosze mountains of Poland. The church is a four-post single-nave stave church originally built around 1200 in the parish of Vang in the Valdres region of Norway.".
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On the summit of Śnieżka (1602 m). 
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On the summit of Śnieżka (1602 m).

Wikipedia: "Sněžka (Czech), Śnieżka (Polish), or Schneekoppe (German) is the highest peak in the Krkonoše (also known as Karkonosze (Polish) or Riesengebirge (German; literally Giant Mountains), a part of the Sudetes mountain range. It rises to 1,602 metres (5,260 ft) above sea level. Since 1945, it lies on the Czech-Polish border, and a border stone is placed on the very top of the mountain. Sněžka is the highest point in the Czech Republic. [...] On the Polish side a disc-shaped observatory and restaurant was built in 1974, a weather station and the St. Lawrence chapel. On the Czech side are the remains of the Bohemian hut, a post office, and a chairlift station, connecting the peak with the town of Pec pod Sněžkou at the base of the mountain".
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The meteorological observatory on the summit of Śnieżka
The Anniversary Road (Jubiläumsweg, Droga Jubileuszowa) is a paved trail leading to the summit of Śnieżka, built in 1903-1905 to commemorate the 25 years of Riesengebirgsverein, the local tourist organization. 
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The Anniversary Road (Jubiläumsweg, Droga Jubileuszowa) is a paved trail leading to the summit of Śnieżka, built in 1903-1905 to commemorate the 25 years of Riesengebirgsverein, the local tourist organization.
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Řopík: a light bunker from late 1930s, one of almost 10,000 built along the Czech borders; this one in the heart of the Krkonoše mountains. 
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Řopík: a light bunker from late 1930s, one of almost 10,000 built along the Czech borders; this one in the heart of the Krkonoše mountains.
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