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The Crab Claw Restaurant

The Crab Claw is a independent-owned restaurant located in St. Michaels, Maryland, they have an extensively large amount of seafood on their menu, they are known locally for their steamed crabs. The business evolved from a clam-shucking business established in the 1950s. In 1965, they added a seafood eatery; the restaurant, a casual dining establishment, is located on the water. The restaurant serves beer, including Crab Claw Ale. and relies on Old Bay seasoning, a local spice blend. The skipjack H. M. Krentz departs from the restaurant's dock on daily excursions; the Crab Claw was featured in Paula Deen's May 2010 issue. It was awarded "Best Maryland Crab Cakes" by Southern Living Magazine; the Crab Claw website Photos of the Crab Claw at Virtual Tourist Photo of the Crab Claw at City Data

Łysica

Łysica is the highest mountain in Świętokrzyskie Mountains of Poland. Its height is 614 metres, it is located in the Świętokrzyski National Park and there is an abbey below it, on a site that might have been a pagan temple before the times of baptism of Poland. Łysica, called Gora Swietej Katarzyny lies in western part of the Lysogory range, near the village of Swieta Katarzyna. It belongs to the so-called Crown of Polish Mountains, as it is the highest mountain of Holy Cross Mountains. Łysica has two peaks - western and Eastern - 614 m)). The mountain is made of quartzite and slate, its northern and southern slopes are marked by the stone run. Furthermore, on the southern slope, at the height of 590 meters, there is a small bog. Most of Łysica is covered near the peak there are fir trees, below which are beeches. Łysica is inhabited by birds of prey, such as the lesser spotted eagle, the Eurasian sparrowhawk, the Eurasian hobby. Łysa Góra