Meiliczka Salt Mine is specified by the UNESCO world culture.
This is the ticket. The ticket price itself is 64 PLN, plus I need to pay an additional charge for a photograph (10 PLN TT). Tooooooo expensive....
To reach our destination, we have to go down to 130 m. It's quite cold but for me it was good enough to look around an underground.
This most likely looks as Salt-mine. Isn't it?
There are 19 underground Cathedrals inside Wieliczka Salt Mine. In fact, this shows that most of Polish believe Catholic at that time (700 years ago), and of course now. This photo is taken at one of the large Cathedral. I don't remember the name. Can you image that this statue is sculpture on a cluster of Salt?
These are kind of sculptures make by a cluster of Salt.
I found a statue of Jesus. I think his face is a little different from that of Koreas.
This is the elevator that we used to escape from the underground. I can feel the speed when I elevated from the basement since we are exposed to the air so that we can interact with the stream of air.
After finishing an English guide, I took a photo with our guide. She was very kind for foreigners. Thanks a lot!
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