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Poland found itself in the middle of the second World War, and monuments and museums dedicated to its battles - and to Poland's remarkable survival - can be seen everywhere.
The former royal capital of Krakow is a captivating city in itself, with its nearly perfectly preserved Gothic core and overlays of Renaissance, Baroque and Art Nouveau architectures.
Poland is also home to Auschwitz-Birkenau, the largest of the Nazi concentration and death camps. The country’s fascinating history makes it an informative and poignant destination for a History tour.