Visiting Lublin

We spent a few hours in Lublin before crossing the border to Ukraine. In Lublin in 1569 the union between Poland and Lithuania was signed, creating at that moment one of the most powerful and largest entities in Europe. Lublin it’s a city with an important Jewish background but we just visited a little bit the town center…

We climbed the 40m of the tower, E and H wanted to find a geocaching that was somewhere inside. With the excuse we could see the views of the city of Lublin and also some interesting religious art pieces. But we could not find the geocaching. 🙁

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4 thoughts on “Visiting Lublin

  1. Tenemos fotos de unos cuantos buses, troles y trams de las ciudades visitadas. Erik prefiere el trolebús, hoy preguntaba si había en alguna ciudad española. No me suena…

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