I love Torun very much because I studied here. I graduated from Nicolaus Copernicus University so I have a lot of nice memories when I was a student.
I love walking here especially at Szeroka Street which is the most popular street in the city.
The old town in Torun is my favourite place.
|Academic Roman- Catholic Church|
|Nicolaus Copernicus Monument|
|Typical houses next to Copernicus Monument|
Time for cycling
On 6 December 1997, during the 21st plenary session of the UNESCO World Heritage Committee in Naples, the Medieval Town of Toruń was listed among UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage sites.
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it is nice to have a place that feels like home. :)ReplyDelete
regarding the mourning doves, they are called that because they have a very somber, mournful coo.
Yes, nice city and I love it.Delete
Beautiful old building, and they have been well preserved.ReplyDelete
Cynthia , yes Torun is very well -preserved.Delete
How fun to see where you attended university. Such beautiful buildings.ReplyDelete
This is such a beautiful town. I love seeing the wonderful, old buildings.ReplyDelete
One of the best cities in PolandDelete
Looks a lovely place. The Church is lovely.ReplyDelete
Tak Gosiu, Toruń to magiczne miejsce. Polecam Chełmno jeśli tam jeszcze nie byłaś. Całe Kujawsko- Pomorskie jest pełne perełek i piękna. Pozdrawiam serdecznie. WandaReplyDelete