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At the end of a trip through the park of miniatures, a mock-up of the cathedral in Kamieñ Pomorski.

I visited a miniature park in Niechorze.
Thumbnails were made in the 1:10 scale.
I will show the lighthouses of the Polish coast.
I think it's worth seeing?
Niechorze is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Rewal, within Gryfice County, West Pomeranian Voivodeship, in north-western Poland. It is situated between the Baltic Sea to the north and Liwia Luza lake to the south.
At the beginning Horst (Niechorze) was a small fishing town. In 1866 a large lighthouse was built, which still exists. Development of the settlement began in 1870. In 1889 there were already 700 people living in Horst. On the 1 July 1896 a narrow-gauge railway was opened connecting Niechorze with Greifenberg. On 1 May 1913 the line was extended to Fischerkaten and Treptow. These connections helped to expand the village. Some 18th and 19th-century fishermen's huts still survive, although.

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