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Old 01-23-2015, 01:25 PM   #1
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landscape Poland

you come from poland. I show you landscape with poland

Szczawnica, mountains Pieniny
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https://www.google.pl/maps/@49.42473.../data=!3m1!1e3




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Old 01-23-2015, 02:43 PM   #3
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Your pictures resemble many areas of North America, Paul. Even with a big ocean between us, we have much in common. Thanks for sharing this!

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I have visited my parent's homeland many times. Poland, and eastern Europe in general is truly beautiful.


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Your pictures resemble many areas of North America, Paul. Even with a big ocean between us, we have much in common. Thanks for sharing this!

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Paul, Thank you for sharing.
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Beautiful. A country and a people I have always wanted to visit. Thank you Paul.
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Wow, Paul, what beautiful pictures of a beautiful place! It reminds me of where I live on the Oregon Coast. We have a big ocean in our back yard, but also many mountains and rivers.

Thank you for sharing pictures so we can see your homeland. It's the next best thing to being there.

There are lots of friendly and knowledgeable people here, and we're all very proud of our fiberglass trailers. Welcome to the group!
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NEATO! Still jealous of the canopies and screen rooms on the European caravans
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For Thomas Kaminski for the kind welcome

Krakow is one of the largest cities in the country nastarszych. It is located in southern Poland, in the Malopolska province. It is located on the Vistula River in the Cracow Gate, Carpathian Plateau and the Nida Basin.

Krakow was the official capital of the Polish until 1795. It has a very rich history, which simply can not be so simply described, because in Krakow be sure to come. Krakow offers us hundreds of fantastic monuments both secular and religious. most popular of these is, of course, Wawel Castle, Wawel Cathedral, Main Square, Cloth Hall, St. Mary's Church, but also many others.

Nowhere else in the cultural life not flowing as much as was in Krakow. The town has a wide variety of cultural centers, theaters, museums, galleries, libraries. Additionally, Krakow is a place of very nice and interesting visually. Every day you can instantly find hundreds or thousands of tourists and.
Muzeum Historyczne Miasta Krakowa
Different language versions - Visitor’s Guide - “Wieliczka” Salt Mine - tourist attractions of Malopolska







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Paul, thank you! I always wondered what it looked like in Krakow. It looks like a wonderful city. I want to see it more than ever now. Someday....

To everyone else: I sent a P.M. to Paul and his wife Anna. I explained how my paternal Great, Great Grandfather came to America from Krakow, Poland with his family in the mid 1890's. Paul lives about 100 km from there and his sister lives in Krakow. I always wondered what it was like over there, and he was nice enough to send this. Now you know the rest of the story...

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My colleague at the university where I teach is from Poland. We are both in Chicago which is supposed to have the largest number of Polish people in one location outside of Poland (Polish American - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia).

My husband is a school superintendent here. Every program in his school district is announced in 3 languages: English, Spanish, and Polish. His district has many recent Polish immigrants.

My colleague from Poland is the only member of her family that immigrated, and she returns every summer to visit her family. I am not sure where her family comes from though.

Beautiful pictures! The church looks like the German churches we visited Germany last year where our ancestors came from.


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I most appreciate the nice pictures of your countryside. The hills, lakes, and trees look like the sort of place I have always enjoyed spending time in while on vacations. Perhaps it's in my blood to gravitate to places that resemble my ancestors' homeland.

My eldest brother traveled to Poland a few years ago and found our cousins, who showed him the old family farm and cottage (the original was destroyed in WW I but has since been rebuilt).
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