Category: Poland

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Wroclaw the city of over 350 Dwarves

The tour in the city of Wroclaw has just begun, It’s not just all about it’s spectacular Square Market, Town Hall, Fountains, and Tenament Houses. The quirky trademark of this city is the small bronze figurine 20-30 cm tall spread around the city. These are actually the dwarves of the city, there are over 350 dwarves living in the city of Wroclaw. The bronze figurines first appeared in Wroclaw in 2005 but symbolize an anti-communist movement Orange Alternative. which began in the 1980s as a peaceful protest against the government. The dwarves are everywhere, you can find them in the...

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Wroclaw, Poland’s “European Capital of Culture”

Wroclaw, the capital of Lower Silesia, I perceptibly remembered how it became our second country destination. The third day in Prague, it was the moment to visit the famous Astronomical clock since we’ve missed to visit it on our first-day tour in the city. To compensate this error I wanted to visit the Old Town Square for the second time. We took our buffet breakfast then decided to prepare. However, while I was browsing my phone, looking at some photos online. I flounder into these lists of beautiful photos. These photos were actually belongs to the city near Prague, well...

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4 hours Roadtrip from Prague to Western Poland

The third day of our short vacation/birthday treat has begun, and how did we spend it? just one and another thing we love to do. Roadtrip to Poland! I would say this is one of those off beaten track. that we have as we love to be impulsive when it comes to choosing our travel destination. The destination? the city of Wroclaw found in western Poland. Approximately 350 kilometers (220 mi) from the Baltic Sea to the north and 40 kilometers (25 mi) from the Sudeten Mountains to the south. Adieu Prague Before our jaunt commences, we first went to check to...