The Wieliczka Salt Mine, just outside of Krakow, Poland. It continuously produced table salt from the 13th century until 2007. - Explore the World with Travel Nerd Nici, one Country at a Time. http://TravelNerdNici.com
"Twenty-One Balloons" -- Chapter 5 - Polish Salt Mines - Wieliczka Salt Mine and Museum, Poland. World Heritage. - Explore the World with Travel Nerd Nici, one Country at a Time. http://TravelNerdNici.com
34 touch sensitive salt crystals spread over a world map highlighting the biggest salt mines. According to the amount of salt mined in these regions, millions of salt particles are emitted over the world map, slide down the mountain ridges, then diffuse and flow with the main sea currents. When a crystal is touched, it starts to glow. Grains of salt pour over the table and merge into an information window
A photo of one of the chambers inside the Wieliczka Salt Mine. The mine is often referred to as "the Underground Salt Cathedral of Poland", and continuously produced table salt from the 13th century until 2007 .