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Being from Romania + using bike in the city + having 900 km long bike trip behind me, I can tell you the followings: Bike theft is indeed common in Romania, especially in cities (I myself had 2 bikes stolen, they were tied down in the flat's locked area, but still). I think that there is equal risk for your equipment to be stolen during the night, or your ...


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Your fan, or its power supply, should have a label on it indicating the acceptable power inputs. You should find something like: Input AC 120-240V 50-60Hz This gives the range of voltages and frequencies that are acceptable. If it says "50-60Hz" then you are OK at 50Hz. (Or any other range that includes 50Hz, but other ranges will be very rare.) If it ...


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The answer is unfortunately not as simple as stated by CMaster. If the device contains an AC motor directly driven by the mains voltage, reducing the mains frequency will indeed cause the motor to rotate slower, but it may also overload the motor. It is difficult to easily explain the physics behind this, but basically, a motor needs a larger magnetic core ...


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If the system is simple enough, it shouldn't be a problem. The motors will work, just spin slower. If there's more complicated electrics going on, or slowing the speed of the fan will effect the actual role of the device, then you might have bigger problems. Edit: While this answer covers "does it run", other answers have shown that there additional ...


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Distance between the Balice Airport and the Małopolski Dworzec Autobusowy (also known as Dworzec Główny) is from 17 to 20 km (~10 to 12 mi), depending on the road you will choose. With moderate traffic, it takes about 30 mins. to get to Dworzec Główny. The shortest and fastest path is via "A4" highway. However, it is sometimes problematic because of ...


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Well, I would like to present some different, than Mark's & Piotr's, point of view. tl;dr Is it possible to visit both places the same day? Yes, it is possible to do the single trip with Auschwitz and Wieliczka in one day! Hiring a car or taking an organized trip would be my recommendation. Public transportation would be cheaper but yet more ...


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As far as I know (and I am not a lawyer) children of Polish citizens are Polish citizens. It should be enough to have only one parent that is Polish to automatically be Polish, and there is no limit on the number of generations born abroad (as is the case with UK nationality for example). However, there might be some special rules (introduced during ...



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