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Jura Mountains

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Polish Jura (Polish: Jura Krakowsko-Częstochowska) is a hilly Upland with Jurassic limestone rocks in south–central Poland, between Kraków and Częstochowa.

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Map of Jura Mountains (Poland)
Polish Jura, Late Jurassic monadnock
Polish Jura, Hercules' Bludgeon (Maczuga Herkulesa)

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  • 1 Ojców National Park
  • 2 Błędów Desert Błędów Desert on Wikipedia — 32 km2 (12 sq mi) in size, and divided in two parts by a river, this is likely the only desert in Central Europe.

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