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The Wieliczka Salt Mine, just outside of Krakow, Poland. It continuously produced table salt from the 13th century until 2007. - Explore the World with Travel Nerd Nici, one Country at a Time. http://TravelNerdNici.com

from Lost At E Minor: For creative people

Holiday in one of Poland’s underground salt mines, 1,000 feet below ground

"Twenty-One Balloons" -- Chapter 5 - Polish Salt Mines - Wieliczka Salt Mine and Museum, Poland. World Heritage. - Explore the World with Travel Nerd Nici, one Country at a Time. http://TravelNerdNici.com

A photo of one of the chambers inside the Wieliczka Salt Mine. The mine is often referred to as "the Underground Salt Cathedral of Poland", and continuously produced table salt from the 13th century until 2007 .

The Chapel of St. Kinga, located 300 feet underground at the Wieliczka Salt Mine in Wieliczka, Poland, is real. And made almost entirely of rock salt.

from Hecktic Travels

Wieliczka Salt Mine, in Photos

Poland’s largest tourist attraction, sits 100 meters below the ground. And it’s huge. Beyond the tourist route, its actual depth is 327 meters and is almost 300 kms long. Work began in the salt mine in the 13th century, and it provided table salt up until just 6 years ago. ~ Click the photo to find out how to visit and photograph the underground Wieliczka Salt Mine in Poland!