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Nico Trinkhaus
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Make sure you don't forget to look up when you're in Mariánské Lázně 😍
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I already showed you the interior of the Colonnade. In the evening however, when the lights turn on, the outside is equally impressive.

If you have been to Mariánské Lázně in summer, you probably remember this building at night as it's right next to the singing fountain!
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Have you ever been to Mariánské Lázně or one of the other Bohemian Spa Towns?

Do you remember the relaxed atmosphere while sipping the spring water? 😊
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In 1818, all Mariánské Lázně was declared as public spa. And still today, you can imagine why.

Anywhere you go, you find some beautiful places to get some rest and enjoy the incredible beautiful 19th century architecture. 😊

What I found interesting: At daytime, the place was crowded by Germans. At night, you've heard only Russian language. Any idea why? 😃
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The Colonnade is an icon that could be said to represent the Bohemian spas. This cast iron construction in Mariánské Lázně is the biggest of its kind in Czechia!
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Since our flights to Lisbon got cancelled, we've spontaneously spent the weekend in Czechia (yeah, they renamed the Czech Republic 😮 )

This is a small teaser of what's about to come. Do you recognize this Bohemian town? 

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"Rynek" is one of the words you need to learn when you go to Poland. With that, you'll find the market square of the city which in Poland is always an interesting sight :)
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The Wieliczka Salt Mine was definitely one of the most impressing UNESCO world heritage sites I've visited so far. It even has an underground lake! 😃
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Again the Wawel Castle, but this time from the inside. I really love that architecture in Krakow!
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Have you heard of the Wieliczka Salt Mine close to Krakow? Yes, that whole altar is made from salt and several hundred years old 😲
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