I like travelling, family history and reading books. I am ESL teacher in High Junior school and at University.
Very nice view up the street to the steeple!
Bethany it is Saint Mary's Church one of the most beautiful in Katowice
Mariacka Street seems to be vehicular free with outside dining places.Katowice as it now is certainly goes back some time longer than 150 years.Katowice certainly came to prominence during WW 2 battles etc.I looked the city up and thank God after Joe "Blood Thirsty" Stalin diedin 1952 the Polish Communist Workers Party had the name changed to Staliniri,thankfully that didn't go over well with the locals and why should it."Staliniri" had a very short life - thank God. Katowice won that name battle.CheersColin ( Brisbane. Australia)
Are you a WW 2 veteran or just an anti-communist? ;-)
Each person can express his opinion ... Colin did it and you can do it ,too if you want.. You are welcome
Colin defininitely the street is vehicular free,, And Katowiceexperienced difficult time when Stalin lived..
For those of us in the States, it's really hard to imagine a city over 700 years old. We have some now approaching 200 years, but in Texas where I am in the west, things are very young.
Your country is very young comparing to most European countries
I presume that's a church and what appears to be the end of the street.It is hard to imagine a 700 year old city....mine is just over 200 years old.
Margaret it is a grand church with very rich history. One day I am going to take a lot of photos of it.