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Poland’s Leading Ski Resort Puts 71 Year Old Cable Car In For A Service

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Zakopane cable car
Zakopane, the leading ski resort in Poland, is reported to be renovating its main cable car which has operating for 71 years without a serious problem. The cable car was built in 1936 to transport skiers and summer mountain hikers from the city of Zakopane to the ski area on Kasprowy Wierch. Repairs should be completed by December, ready for the next ski season....Zakopane is one of the longest established ski resorts in the world. It has hosted the FIS World Ski Championships three times; in 1929, 1939 and 1962. After the creation of the Internationale Ski Federation (FIS) in Chamonix in 1924 it was proposed (but not acted upon) that skiing should be included in the Winter Olympics and that an annual ski race meeting should be held called "rendez-vous races". At the 1929 Zakopane meeting these races were termed FIS races for the first time.

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