Friday, August 29, 2014

Warsaw Old Town

Linking to Sky Watch Friday
 The only section of Warsaw Old City left standing after it was blown up in WWII.
 Old Town
 St. John's Cathedral

 Another church
 Door on a church
 It was a swelting hot day probably close to 88 and this man was advertizing his business in this very hot costume.

 The mermaid of Warsaw - protector of the city.
Part of the Barbican, now filled with vendors selling paintings and such.


7 comments:

Ginny said...

Oh my, is that damage from the blast that we here here? I love your picture of the church.. way the the end of the narrow street, with the tall buildings at either side. It is awesome!

Ida said...

You can still see damage from the blast in that first shot. The churches there look fabulous. That door was so different and unique. I'm not sure I'd be out in something that warm looking on a hot day. I hope he got some business to make it worth the effort.

orvokki said...

Beautiful photos of lovely city.
Have a happy weekend, Ruth.

EG CameraGirl said...

EW! That costume DOES look way to warm for 88°!

Chubskulit Rose said...

Beautiful photos, thanks for sharing with us your side of the world.

pattisjarrett said...

Nice architecture, and a cloudless blue, blue sky.

Poppy said...

A very intriguing city that has the signs to show for it! Thanks for sharing some of its architecture.

Poppy

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