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    • Pogoria III Lake

      Pogoria III Lake, Photo 34
      Lake Pogoria III - one of the IV generated as a result of flooding of former opencast sand mine lakes in Dąbrowa. Currently, the path is poured around the asphalt, which makes it just as maximal Pogoria IV, also this is a great place not only for beach goers, but also people interested in outdoor activities - for example, practicing Nordic walking, cycling, road or roller-skating.
    • Pogoria IV Lake, Silesia, Poland

      Pogoria IV Lake, Silesia, Poland, Photo 342
      The pictures show the panorama of cold Pogoria IV in February 2011 and surfer dragged on a rope winch installed on the shore. Pogoria IV is the youngest of the four lakes Pogoria arising as a result of flooding of the former sand-pit mine in Dąbrowa Górnicza. In summer it is a place often visited by people from even further afield Towns - besieged by amateur road cycling, addicted to adrenaline motocross motorcycle and quads enthusiasts. Lovers of the rollers and even kite surfing or canoeing appreciate this place as a unique character, a long smooth asphalt and clean water.
    • Zakrzówek Lagoon (Lake in Cracow)

      Zakrzówek Lagoon (Lake in Cracow), Photo 833
      One of the favorite lagoons inhabitants of Cracow, were created as a result of flooding worn limestone quarry. Beautiful place, thanks to the proximity of the city which allows a break from the hustle and bustle in a natural setting, without leaving a Krakow. Lagoon, which consists of two vessels of the combined passage is located near the Park "Twardowski Rocks."
    • Kosciuszko Park (Katowice, Poland)

      Kosciuszko Park (Katowice, Poland), Photo 1869
      Kosciuszko Park is the oldest park situated in Katowice (Poland). This is one of most visited place in town. There are a lot of attractions, e.g. the only one in Poland parachutes tower. In winter you can have a fun here on ski track and sled track. In this park a lot of concerts and other events often take a place. Richness of this park is indescribable ;-)