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Warmia-Masuria is a province in northeast Poland that's characterized by lakes and forests. The capital Olsztyn is home to the Museum of Warmia and Mazury, housed in the centuries-old Olsztyn Castle, plus the Gothic Cathedral of St. James. Fragments of fortified walls and gates surround the old town’s cobbled streets. Northeast of Olsztyn are the shelters and barracks of Wolf’s Lair, Hitler’s wartime base.