On Sunday, the 66 contestants participating in Miss Supranational 2010 left the city of Wieliczka to move to Ciechocinek for the final stage of the contest. On their way, they stopped for an official presentation at the Galeria Mazovia in Płock official host city of the pageant.
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The Wieliczka Salt Mine is one of the most valuable cultural monuments in Poland, visited each year by over a million tourists from around the world. It is also a world class historical monument and as such is inscribed in UNESCO’s First World List of Cultural and Natural Heritage.
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A group of contestants took a tour of one of Poland’s famous “Eco Farms” with self sustaining energy and organic foods.
The Miss Supranational contestants visited Kraków, the second largest and one of the oldest cities in Poland. Its historic centre was inscribed on the list of World Heritage Sites as the first of its kind. Situated on the Vistula River in the Lesser Poland region, the city dates back to the 7th . . . → Read More: Visit to Krakow
The Miss Supranational contestants had the opportunity to visit Wadowice, a small city of about 20,000 some 30 miles southwest of Krakow, has got international recognition as the birthplace of Pope John Paul II.
Born in 1920 as Karol Wojtyla, the future Pontiff lived in Wadowice till 1938 when he . . . → Read More: Visit to Wadowice
A group of contestants took part in the “World Miss Show of Fashion” held at the Volvo showroom in Katowice.
The Miss Supranational 2010 Press Conference took place at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Warsaw last saturday, where the media had the opportunity to meet both the international beauties, as well as the Miss Polski (Poland World) contestants. Anna Jamroz, Miss Polski 2009 and semi finalist in Miss World 2009, presented on . . . → Read More: Miss Supranational and Miss Polski 2010 Press Conference