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    The anniversary of the greatest tragedy in Polish mountains

    On March 20, 1968, tragedy struck in Biały Jar, near Śnieżka, as 19 individuals lost their lives to an avalanche. Despite warnings, they ventured onto the trail, met by an unfortunate fate beneath the snow.

    Despite warnings of impending danger, a group embarked on their journey into the perilous terrain of Biały Jar. Ignoring the ominous signs of an impending avalanche, they pressed on.

    Rescue Efforts in Vain: Nature’s Fury Unrelenting

    Rapid rescue efforts ensued, but the force of the avalanche proved insurmountable. Despite valiant attempts, none of the trapped individuals could be saved from the icy embrace of the snow.

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