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The shear scale takes getting used to - each about one mile long (20-minute walk end-to-end) and 50ft high. Jaw-dropping. The Poles seem to have an irritating habit of charging piddly little sums you for every piddly little thing you do (like going to the...More
Interesting distraction from a visit to Torun. I’ve never seen structures like these before but well worth a look if you are in the area. Pleasant walk around the 3 large wooden structures, can easily while away 30-40mins! The engineering must be appreciated but I...More
Teznie ( graduation towers) are wooden structures and were constructed to evaporate water from salt rich spring water. There 3 of them, each several hundreds meters long. Good for walking along in mineral rich atmosphere. Be aware - you need tickets!
I was visiting in November so the place was closed. But it was still possible to walk around and admire this fantastic construction. The three graduation towers are huge and offer remarkable sightseeing. The main point of interest in Ciechocinek.
Visited Ciechocinek on business and spent an hour walking around these impressive structures. Three towers in a horseshoe shape - a good place for a quiet walk. Not exactly expensive - admission was less than £1. Close your eyes, take a deep breath and you...More
These 3 structures with length over 1700 m have made Ciechocinek well known not only in Poland. They are really amazing to see. It also a pleasure to sit by and listen to the dripping salt water. One must also go on top to learn...More