Jan Duda

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Baroque pulpit ca.1750. Rebuilt in 1856. Parish church in Dobroszów, a village in the administrative district of Gmina Przeworno, within Strzelin County, Lower Silesian Voivodeship, in south-western Poland

coolartefact: “ Baroque pulpit Rebuilt in Parish church in Dobroszów, a village in the administrative district of Gmina Przeworno, within Strzelin County, Lower Silesian Voivodeship, in south-western Poland Source:.

Market square in Tykocin

Market square in TYKOCIN (Podlasie, east of Poland) shrouded in mist. There is on side a Catholic church and on the other one, one the biggest in Poland synagogue (built in Fot.

Legnica...poland

House "Under the Quail Basket", Legnica, Poland

Two landmarks of Wroclaw (Poland) - Grunwaldzki Bridge, old suspension bridge built in 1910,& Sky Tower

Two landmarks of Wroclaw (Poland) - Grunwaldzki Bridge, old suspension bridge built in and Sky Tower,the highest building in Poland // Maciej Lulko photgraphy

Polish Highlander Dances and Dancing - Goralski Tancie -  Karnawał w Bukowinie Tatrzańskiej

Rare excellent performance You must see it better than . Polish Highlander Dances and Dancing - Goralski Tancie - Karnawał w Bukowinie Tatrzańskiej

A photo of one of the chambers inside the Wieliczka Salt Mine. The mine is often referred to as "the Underground Salt Cathedral of Poland", and continuously produced table salt from the 13th century until 2007 .

A photo of one of the chambers inside the Wieliczka Salt Mine. The mine is often referred to as "the Underground Salt Cathedral of Poland", and continuously produced table salt from the century until 2007 .this is a must see the mine is incredible!

White stork - the most Polish of all Polish birds :-). 25% of European population lives in my lovelly country

White stork - the most Polish of all Polish birds :-). of European population lives in my lovelly country

Sękacz is a traditional wedding cake made mostly in eastern Poland. It contains 60 to 80 eggs and is formed by dripping batter over a giant spit. You rotate it over and over again for ten hours. You continue to add layers of batter throughout the cooking time. It must be baked very close to a hot wood-burning fireplace. When it's done, you stand it up vertically and when the cake is cut you can see rings of the layers as you see the rings in a cut tree.

Sękacz is a traditional wedding cake made mostly in eastern Poland. It contains 60 to 80 eggs and is formed by dripping batter over a giant spit. You rotate it over and over again for ten hours. You continue to add layers of batter throughout the cooking time. It must be baked very close to a hot wood-burning fireplace. When it's done, you stand it up vertically and when the cake is cut you can see rings of the layers as you see the rings in a cut tree.