Poland; all the pierogies

December 2, 2013

Wroclaw [pronounced Vrotswaf]

home to an island of churches, hundreds of gnomes, street art on nearly every corner and most importantly, amazing people, vodka and pierogies.


3 Responses to “Poland; all the pierogies”

  1. Still the World Traveler! Awesome!

  2. eyegawker said

    Such beautiful architecture, especially with all the colours present in the facade. I especially like the graffiti of the woman in a dress, its sheer scale and detail make it a showstopper!

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