Thursday, 9 April 2015

Photos from sunny Silesia

9th April 2015
 

Today in the afternoon I was in my my city centre.It is sunny, spring day.
My city is 760 years old so it means it was located before Christopher Columbus discovered America. It is older than well-known Cracow..

 The old house from 18th century

 Our City court

 Interior of the court
 Bytom at 1p.m. ...9th April 2105




 Easter decoration at the main street






My neighbourhood

24 comments:

  1. So much history there, Gosia! And the architecture: WOW!

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    1. Maybe you can see it personally one day

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  2. Lovely arches there in your city, and all photos are so interesting.

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  3. Hello Gosia, thank for the lovely tour of your city.. Wonderful collection of images.. Have a happy day!

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    1. I am happy you can see diffeent continent

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  4. neat architecture, old and new, and good neighborhood fences, too. :)

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  5. What is the little church in your neighborhood. Such a beautiful city, Gosia.

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    1. It wass a fantastic city which for three centuries has belonged to Germany but it was partly damaged during Communism times

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  6. Thank you, Gosia, for sharing the lovely pictures of your city with us.

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  7. You do live in a very historical area. The architecture is amazing. Loved the Courthouse and the quaint church. Also you neighborhood looks lovely.

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    1. Ida, you are righrt is a city full of landmarks

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  8. I see McDonalds has found its way to Poland. He courthouse interior is so pretty and well-maintained, and I love the old 18th century homes. I would love to see inside them.

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    1. Cynthia , we have had McDonlads in Poland since 1992. The interior of the building was changed and is modern now

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  9. The city looks very well maintained.

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  10. Great variety of fences and buildings.

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  11. Such a charming place. I love when you share your photos from home!

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  12. Wow such detail in the beautiful old buildings. thanks for sharing Gosia

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