A fall evening in Gliwice, Poland. My contribution to Weekly Photo Challenge – I Would Rather Be… Advertisements
Remuh Synagogue was built in 1553 in the old part of Krakow called Kazimierz. In the 15th century it was one of the largest Jewish communities in Poland. Although it was the smallest of all synagogues in Kazimierz, today it is one of only two that are still active. This is the prayer hall.
This is my hometown, Gliwice in Poland. In the old part of town there are many small and narrow streets that lead to the main plaza where the Town Hall stands. Here and there, under arcades and in the shade of trees there are small cafe’s where you can have a coffee or tea. Tea, … More Gliwice In Orange
Tightrope walker above the street in Sandomierz, Poland. My contribution to Weekly Photo Challenge – Scale.
One summer afternoon this was the view from my window. Storm was approaching, heavy grey clouds hanging low above my city. In my apartment as I was waiting for the thunder and rain, I was amazed at the rich colors of the building. My contribution to Weekly Photo Challenge – Window.
This type of architecture, timber framing, was very popular in Europe in 19th century and earlier. This house functions as a small cafe at the corner of the street. Timber framed houses can still be found in old cities as well as small villages in Poland. Sometimes the houses are renovated in such a way … More Gdansk – Timber Framed Houses
Gdansk, Poland. Waiting for the signal. My contribution to Weekly Photo Challenge – Waiting.
The Crane in Gdansk, Poland is the sight that identifies the city. Located at the side of the river, the crane was built in 14th century for the purpose of loading and off-loading cargo from the ships and to set masts for the vessels going to sea. It is a wooden structure which at one … More Gdansk – The Crane