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Wroclaw//Town Hall//13th-16th century//v77

Wroclaw//Town Hall//13th-16th century//v77

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Wroclaw, Poland is a city located in the southwestern corner of Poland built on numerous islands which are connected by over 100 bridges. Wroclaw began its existence in the century.

Wroclaw// Wartheim Department Store (Renoma…

Wroclaw// Wartheim Department Store (Renoma…

Wroclaw// Rudolf Petersdorff Department Store…

Wroclaw// Rudolf Petersdorff Department Store…

Wroclaw// v191

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Water tower - Wroclaw, Dolnoslaskie

Water Tower - Wroclaw, Dolnoslaskie, Poland: It was built in and supplied water to the residents of the southern districts of Wroclaw for many years. The giant brick construction was modeled on medieval castles. - photo by rychem

Rotunda, Poznan, Poland (1955)

Rotunda, Poznan, Poland (1955)

Museum of the History of Polish Jews by Lahdelma & Mahlamäki Architects

Museum of the History of Polish Jews, designed by Finnish Lahdelma & Mahlamäki Architects, is the winner of the first Finlandia Prize for Architecture.

These Churches Are the Unrecognized Architecture of Poland's Anti-Communist…

These Churches Are the Unrecognized Architecture of Poland's Anti-Communist "Solidarity" Movement,© Maciej Lulko

These Churches Are the Unrecognized Architecture of Poland's Anti-Communist…

These Churches Are the Unrecognized Architecture of Poland's Anti-Communist "Solidarity" Movement,© Maciej Lulko

Wroclaw// Rudolf Petersdorff Department Store…

Wroclaw// Rudolf Petersdorff Department Store…

Konieczny's Ark von Robert Konieczny KWK Promes

Konieczny’s Ark Katowice-based architecture firm KWK Promes designed ‘Konieczny’s Ark‘ a concrete home perched on the steep slopes of Brenna, South Poland. Images and text via + via

These Churches Are the Unrecognized Architecture of Poland's Anti-Communist…

These Churches Are the Unrecognized Architecture of Poland's Anti-Communist "Solidarity" Movement,© Igor Snopek