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Rock formations below the summit of Malinowska Skała (1154 m) in the Beskid Śląski Mountains. 
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Rock formations below the summit of Malinowska Skała (1154 m) in the Beskid Śląski Mountains.
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Bolechowicka Valley rock area. 
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Bolechowicka Valley rock area.
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The Chapel of Saint Kinga, the most famous underground chamber of the salt mine in Wieliczka. 
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The Chapel of Saint Kinga, the most famous underground chamber of the salt mine in Wieliczka.

"The Saint Kinga’s Chapel is the most impressive and opulent of underground temples. The chamber, carved in a block of salt, has been a place of worship since 1896. The chapel ornamentation has been created over a period of more than a hundred years. From late 19th century until 1963, the sculpting was conducted by self-taught miners-sculptors, Józef and Tomasz Markowski and Antoni Wyrodek. Their work is continued by the new generation of miners, who create new sculpting projects." (From the official website).
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Corridors in the Osówka part of the Riese underground complex. 
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Corridors in the Osówka part of the Riese underground complex.
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Inside the Basilica of Saint Agnes outside the Walls in Rome. 
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Inside the Basilica of Saint Agnes outside the Walls in Rome.

Wikipedia: The church of Saint Agnes Outside the Wall (Italian: Sant'Agnese fuori la mura) is a titulus church, minor basilica in Rome, on a site sloping down from the Via Nomentana, which runs north-east out of the city, still under its ancient name. What is said to be the remains of Saint Agnes's are below the high altar. The church is over one of the catacombs of Rome, where Agnes was originally buried, and which still may be visited from the church. The church was built by Pope Honorius I in the 7th century, and largely retains its original structure, despite many changes to the decoration. In particular the mosaic in the apse of Agnes, Honorius and another Pope is largely in its original condition.
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